3rd channel index option available on some resolutions
32 to 5,000 cycles per revolution (CPR)
128 to 20,000 pulses per revolution (PPR)
Wide operating temperature
Single +5VDC supply
The H5 series ball bearing optical shaft encoder has a molded polycarbonate housing and utilizes either a 5-pin or 10-pin latching connector. This non-contacting rotary to digital converter is designed to provide digital...
Based on our continuous process improvement program, US Digital is changing the current marking method for our EM1 and EM2 encoder modules to a serialization method. This change will allow for each module to have a unique code; the current marking method is based on a date code system that includes all encoder modules produced within a specific week / year. The serialization system will be based on a hexadecimal system.
As part of US Digital’s continual assurance of supply strategy, we have qualified additional sources for our LED die used in our EM1 encoder module, which in turn impacts all of the following products:
The device specification will remain the same, i.e. there will be no change to form, fit or function of the product(s) as specified by US Digital. The appropriate quality and reliability testing has been performed on representative products to ensure normal parametric distribution, consistent with US Digital's quality and reliability standards.
The H5 series ball bearing optical shaft encoder has a molded polycarbonate housing and utilizes either a 5-pin or 10-pin latching connector. This non-contacting rotary to digital converter is designed to provide digital feedback information.
The H5 is fully assembled with a brass shaft, two 1/4" ID by 1/2" OD heavy duty ball bearings and a mounting plate. The mounting plate comes with 2 mounting holes for screws #4 or smaller.
A secure connection to the H5 series encoder is made through a 5-pin (single-ended versions) or 10-pin (differential versions) latching connector (sold separately). The mating connectors are available from US Digital with several cable options and lengths.
For differential versions: the internal differential line driver (26C31) can source and sink 20mA at TTL levels. The recommended receiver is industry standard 26C32. Maximum noise immunity is achieved when the differential receiver is terminated with a 150 Ω resistor in series with a .0047 μF capacitor placed across each differential pair. The capacitor simply conserves power; otherwise power consumption would increase by approximately 20mA per pair, or 60mA for 3 pairs.
US Digital® designs and manufactures rotary absolute and incremental optical encoders, inclinometers and other precision motion control components used in a variety of applications including industrial automation, medical, robotics, textiles, renewable energy and more. US Digital® is ISO 9001:2015 certified.