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Incremental 60-mm-dia. Rotary Encoder


Rugged Rotary Encoder




Power supply voltage

12 VDC -10% to 24 VDC +15%, ripple (p-p): 5% max.

Current consumption *1

100 mA max.


100, 200, 360, 500, 600, 1,000


Output configuration

Complementary outputs *2

NPN open-collector output

Output capacity

Output voltage:
 VH = Vcc -3 V min. (Io = 30 mA),
 VL = 2 V max. (Io = -30 mA)
 Output current: ±30 mA

Applied voltage: 30 VDC max.
 Sink current: 35 mA max.
 Residual voltage: 0.4 V max.
 (at sink current of 35 mA)

Maximum response

83 kHz

Phase difference between

90°± 45° between A and B (1/4 T ± 1/8 T)

Rise and fall times of

1 μs max. (Cable length: 2 m, Output
 current: 30 mA)

1 μs max. (Cable length: 2 m, Control
 output voltage: 5 V, Load resistance: 1 kΩ)

Starting torque

10 mNm max. at room temperature, 15 mNm max. at low temperature

Moment of inertia

3 ×10-6 kgm2 max.; 1.5 × 10-6 kgm2 max. at 600 P/R max.

Shaft loading


120 N


50 N

Maximum permissible speed

5,000 r/min

Protection circuits

Power supply reverse polarity protection, Output load short-circuit protection

Ambient temperature range

Operating: -10 to 70°C (with no icing), Storage: -25 to 85°C (with no icing)

Ambient humidity range

Operating/Storage: 35% to 85% (with no condensation)

Insulation resistance

20 MΩ min. (at 500 VDC) between current-carrying parts and case

Dielectric strength

500 VAC, 50/60 Hz for 1 min between current-carrying parts and case

Vibration resistance

Destruction: 10 to 500 Hz, 150 m/s2 or 2-mm double amplitude for 11 min 3 times each
 in X, Y, and Z directions

Shock resistance

Destruction: 1,000 m/s2 3 times each in X, Y, and Z directions

Degree of protection

IEC 60529 IP65, in-house standards: oilproof

Connection method

Pre-wired Models (Standard cable length: 2 m)


Case: Zinc alloy, Main unit: Aluminum, Shaft: SUS420J2

Weight (packed state)

Approx. 400 g


Instruction manual
 Note: Coupling, mounting bracket and hex-head spanner are sold separately.

1. An inrush current of approximately 9 A will flow for approximately 5 μs when the power is turned ON.
 2. Complementary Outputs The complementary output has two output transistors (NPN and PNP) as shown at the right. These two output transistors alternately turn ON and OFF depending on the high or low output signal. When using them, pull up to the
 positive power supply voltage level or pull down to 0 V. The complementary output allows flow-in or flow-out of the output current and thus the rising and falling speeds of signals are fast. This allows a long cable distance. They can be connected to open-collector input devices (NPN, PNP).