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38150100 - 

Shaft Encoder, Cube Style, Single Channel, 100 ppr, 5 to 28 Vdc, NPN Transistor Output

38150100 - Shaft Encoder, Cube Style, Single Channel, 100 ppr, 5 to 28 Vdc, NPN Transistor Output

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Manufacturer Part No:
38150100
Newark Part No.:
87F6118
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Product Overview

The 38150100 is a single-channel Cube Shaft Encoder measures web speed, length or position when radial load does not exceed 20lbs and axial load does not exceed 10lbs. Delivers 100 pulses per revolution. Sealed against dust and oil.
  • Tapped holes for face or base mounting
  • Military style connector
  • Sealed ball bearing
  • Aluminium with black anodized finish housing
  • 9 to 16VDC Input voltage range
  • 60mA at 16VDC Maximum input current
  • 2% Ripple
  • 100mA Maximum sinking output current
  • 1.3VDC at 100mA Maximum output voltage
  • 40VDC Maximum blocking voltage

Applications

Sensing & Instrumentation

Product Information

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100
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3/8" Shaft
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