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Shanghai Yuanben Magnetoelectric Tech. Co., Ltd. Datasheets for Rotary Encoders

Rotary encoders convert the angular position of a shaft or axle to an analog or digital code. There are two types of rotary encoders, absolute and incremental encoders, which can be controlled by various technologies which include mechanical, optical, magnetic and fiber optic.
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1. Description MEA Absolute Magnetic Encoder provides an integrated solution for angular detection. With ease of use in mind, these magnetic encoders are ideal for angular detection within a complete...
Description A non-contact high performance off-axis absolute rotary encoder designed for integration into space-constrained applications. Hollow ring, true absolute functionality, high speed operation and high degree of IP protection make...
Description MDR20-P44B magnetic drum is made of bonded multi-pole magnet; it is used in a wide variety of speed and commutation applications such as to rotary encoders, speedometers and machine...
Descriptions MEI-58 magnetic incremental encoder is by design, a rugged cost-effective industrial grade product that uses magnetic technology to address the weakness of the more frangible optical encoder counterpart. Intended...
Main Features Compact and heavy-duty industrial design Interface: CANopen/CAN Housing: 58mm ¢ Solid/ hollow shaft: 6 or 10 mm¢/15 mm¢ Through hollow shaft: 12mm¢ Max. 65536 steps per revolution (16...
MEI-58 magnetic incremental encoder is by design, a rugged cost-effective industrial grade product that uses magnetic technology to address the weakness of the more frangible optical encoder counterpart.
Multi-pole magnet target wheel Bonded multi-pole magnet rotors are used in a wide variety of speed and commutation applications such as to rotary encoders, speedometers and machine controls. Three standard...
YUANBEN’s magnetic encoder, just one type of non-contact absolute coders, uses a magneto-resistive effect to sense a change in magnetic field, then amplify the change using an amplifying circuit. A...