Incremental optical encoders

A rotary encoder, also called a shaft encoder, is an electro-mechanical device that converts the angular position of a shaft or axle to an analog or digital code, making it an angle transducer. Rotary encoders are used in many applications that require precise shaft unlimited rotation—including industrial controls, robotics, special purpose photographic lenses1, computer input devices (such as optomechanical mice and trackballs), and rotating radar platforms. There are two main types: absolute and incremental (relative).

I28
  • 28mm diameter
  • IP 54
I40
  • 40mm diameter
  • IP54
I58
  • 58 mm diameter
  • IP 65
I41
  • 40 mm diameter
  • IP 54
I58S
  • 58 mm diameter
  • IP 65
I65
  • Diameter 65 mm
  • IP 66
IT65
  • Diameter 65 mm
  • IP 66
XC77
  • 77 mm diameter
  • IP 66
I105
  • 105 mm diameter
  • IP 65
ICS
  • 172×80×53 mm
  • IP65
CK46
  • 46mm diameter.
  • For textile machinery
  • IP 65
C50
  • 50mm diameter
  • IP 65
C51
  • 50mm diameter
  • IP 65
CB59
  • 58 mm diameter
  • IP 40
CB50
  • 58 mm diameter
  • IP 20
C59 • C60 • C58
  • 58 mm diameter
  • IP 65
C58A • C58R
  • 58 mm diameter
  • IP 65
CK59 • CK60 • CK58
  • 58 mm diameter
  • IP65
CK61
  • 58 mm diameter
  • IP65
C81
  • 80 mm diameter
  • IP65
C80
  • 80 mm diameter
  • IP65