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2-channel encoder
Resolution of 300 Counts-Per-Revolution
Attaches to gear motor back shaft

ENC300CPR Easy Roller 300 CPR Quadrature Encoder

Product Code : RB-Sol-01

2-channel encoder
Resolution of 300 Counts-Per-Revolution
Attaches to gear motor back shaft

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2-channel encoder
Resolution of 300 Counts-Per-Revolution
Attaches to gear motor back shaft

The Solutions Cubed ENC300CPR Easy Roller 300 CPR Quadrature Encoder is a component used for robot position control. This small two-channel encoder can be easily attached to the M12V200 Motor With Rear Shaft For Encoder (RB-Sol-02). When used in conjunction with a position controller, robot position and speed control can be accomplished.

The encoder has a resolution of 300 Counts-Per-Revolution (CPR). When used with the standard M12V200 Motor With Rear Shaft For Encoder , the number of counts per shaft revolution is 6000. An error band setting of 16 will provide load position control to 1 degree (with properly tuned PID settings).

You can now control the position of your mobile robot and build precise trajectories.

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ENC300CPR


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Good Accuracy and sturdiness

Review by Víctor
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This Encoder have lovely accuracy(in my proyect its reading a low RPM gear). The gear shaft is descentered and still reads perfectly. I was worried about at the begining that if i didn´t emplace perfectly the encoder it couldn´t works but it is surprisingly sturdiness (it still reads after i accidentaly moved the whole base). Secondly, the bringing wires are made of aluminium... and the bonding system to emplace the encoder needs extra glue.

(Posted on 9/28/14)

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