|1052_0 - PhidgetEncoder|
- Continuous rotation
- Returns 80 counts for 360 degrees of rotation
- Uses a two-bit mechanical encoder with a built-in momentary-action push-button switch
- Connects directly to a computer’s USB port
The PhidgetEncoder is intended to be used as a human interface, not as a device to measure shaft speed of motors or pulleys. If you are looking for an encoder to measure shaft speed, have a look at the 1057 PhidgetEncoder HighSpeed.
The PhidgetEncoder uses a two-bit mechanical encoder with a built-in momentary-action pushbutton switch. It returns 80 counts for 360 degrees of rotation.
With it you can:
- Detect changes in incremental and absolute position
- Easily track these changes with respect to time.
|Count Rate Max||80 cycles/s|
|Current Consumption Max||20 mA|
|USB Speed||Low Speed|
|Operating Temperature Min||0 °C|
|Operating Temperature Max||70 °C|
- A 3016 - 120cm Custom USB Cable
- A Hardware mounting kit (4 nuts and bolts, 4 plastic spacers)