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62A15-02-060C - 

Incremental Rotary Encoder, Optical, 100rpm, 15 Detents, 5 VDC, 6" Cable

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Manufacturer:
GRAYHILL GRAYHILL
Manufacturer Part No:
62A15-02-060C
Newark Part No.:
14M6805
Technical Datasheet:
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Product Overview

The 62A15-02-060C is an Optical Encoder with pushbutton and 0.5-inch center tin-plated brass terminations. The optical encoder has zinc casting bushing, stainless steel shaft retaining ring, reinforced thermoplastic code housing and stainless steel detent spring.
  • High torque version to emphasize rotational feel
  • Optically coupled for more than a million cycles
  • 15° or 24-position Angle of throw
  • 2-bit Quadrature coded output coding
  • 5VDC/10mA resistive Pushbutton rating
  • 250VAC between mutually insulated parts Voltage breakdown
  • 1000000 cycles Minimum rotational life
  • -40 to 85°C Operating temperature range

Applications

Sensing & Instrumentation, Medical

Product Information

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4.75V
:
5.25V
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2Channels
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100rpm
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