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25LB10-Q - 

Absolute Rotary Encoder, 115 V, 36 CPR

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The 25LB10-Q is an economical Single Deck Encoder with 100% tin over nickel-plated copper alloy terminals, gold-plated beryllium copper contacts and black reinforced thermoplastic housing. The encoder also comes with nickel-plated stainless steel detent ball, tinned music wire detent spring and tin-plated stainless steel mounting bracket.
  • Quadrature (2-bit) code output
  • 10°, 36-position Angle of throw
  • 250mA at 28VDC Maximum current carrying capacity
  • 75mΩ Typical contact resistance
  • 1000mΩ Minimum insulation resistance
  • 1000VAC Minimum between terminals voltage breakdown
  • 100000 cycles Life Expectancy
  • -40 to 85°C Operating temperature range


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