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E16 Micro Optical Kit Encoder

E16 Features

  • Push-on hub - spring loaded collet design
  • Fits shaft diameters of 1.5mm (0.059 inches) and 2mm (0.079 inches)
  • 250/256 to 4,000/4096 cycles per revolution (CPR)
  • 1,000/1024 to 16000/16384 pulses per revolution (PPR)
  • Single +5V supply

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E16 Product Description

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The E16 16mm micro optical encoder is designed to provide A, B and Index digital quadrature signals for high volume, restricted space applications. The E16 utilizes an innovative, push-on encoder disk which accepts shaft diameters of 1.5mm and 2mm.

The E16 is designed to be a one-time installation micro optical encoder, the base provides mounting holes for two M1.6-0.35, length 3mm screws on a 10mm bolt circle. The encoder cover is easily snapped onto the base and is marked with the connector pin-out.

The E16 series encoder is connected using a 5-conductor, polarized, 0.8mm pitch connector (Hirose part number DF52-5P-0.8C). Mating cable (see the Cables web page) is not included and is available separately.

Please Note: Due to the E16's design, it is recommended for use as a one-time installation. 

Product Specifications

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Environmental

Parameter Value Units
Operating Temperature -40 to 100 C
Electrostatic Discharge, IEC 61000-4-2 ±12 kV
Shock, 6 millisecond, half-sine 75 G
Vibration (20Hz to 2kHz, sinusoidal) 20 G

Mechanical

Parameter Value Units
Max. Shaft Axial Play ±0.010 in.
Max. Shaft Runout 0.002 T.I.R. in.
Max. Acceleration 250000 rad/sec²
Maximum RPM, CPR = 250 48000 RPM
Maximum RPM, CPR = 256 46875 RPM
Maximum RPM, CPR = 4000 27750 RPM
Maximum RPM, CPR = 4096 27099 RPM
Codewheel Moment of Inertia 2.8 x 10-7 oz-in-s²
Mounting Screw Size
Default (D-option base)

M1.6 x 3
mm
Screw Bolt Circle Diameter 10 ±0.13 mm
Minimum Shaft Length (1) 6 mm
Maximum Shaft Length (1) 7.75 mm
Mounting Screw Torque 1-2 in-lbs
Technical Bulletin TB1001 - Shaft and Bore Tolerances Download

(1) Including axial play.

Electrical

Parameter Min. Typ. Max. Units Notes
Supply Voltage 4.5 5.0 5.5 V  
Supply Current   18 26 mA no load
Low-level Output     0.4 V IOL= 4 mA, Vcc = 5V
0.1   V no load
High-level Output 4.7     V IOH= 4 mA, Vcc = 5V
  4.9   V no load
Output Rise Time   80 135 ns no load
Output Fall Time   80 135 ns no load
Maximum RPM
250/256 CPR
500/512 CPR
1,000/1,024 CPR
2,000/2,048 CPR
4,000/4,096 CPR

0.2
0.4
0.8
1.6
1.85
   
MHz
MHz
MHz
MHz
MHz
 

Phase Relationship

  • Specifications apply over entire operating temperature range.
  • Values are for the worst error over full rotation.
  • Refer to timing diagram below.
Parameter Symbol Min. Typ. Max. Units
Symmetry X, Y 150 180 210 °e
Quadrature Z 60 90 120 °e
Index Pulse Width Po 60 90 120 °e
Ch. I Rise After Ch. B or Ch. A Fall t1   10   ns
Ch. I Fall After Ch. B or Ch. A Rise t2   10   ns

Timing Diagram

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CPR
The number of Cycles (C) of the A or B outputs Per Revolution.
Index (I)
The index output goes high once per revolution, coincident with the low states of channels A and B, nominally 1/4 of one cycle (90°e).
One Shaft Rotation
360 mechanical degrees.
One Electrical Degree (°e)
1/360th of one cycle.
One Cycle (C)
360 electrical degrees (°e). Each cycle can be decoded into 1, 2, or 4 states, referred to as x1, x2, or x4 resolution multiplication.
PPR
The number of resolvable Positions Per Revolution of the encoder disk with x4 quadrature decoding.
Quadrature (Z)
The phase lag or lead between channels A and B in electrical degrees, nominally 90°e.
Symmetry
A measure of the relationship between (X) and (Y) in electrical degrees, nominally 180°e.

Pin-out

Pin Description
1 Ground
2 Index
3 A channel
4 +5VDC power
5 B channel

Accessories

1. Centering Tool*

Part #: CTOOL-E16-(Shaft Diameter)
Description: This reusable tool is used to accurately center the E16 base on the shaft.

2. Spacer Tool*

Part #: SPACER-E16
Description: This reusable tool is used to properly space the codewheel from the encoder.

*Both the CTOOL and SPACER-E16 tools are included with all packaging options.

3. Screws

Part #: SCREW-M16-3MM-PH
Description: Pan Head, Philips M1.6-0.35, length 3mm.
Use: Base Mounting
Quantity Required: 2
Screws are included

Additional Information

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