Avago Technologies high-res motion feedback encoder kits

Mouser Electronics is now shipping the AEDC-55xx and AEDM-5810 motion feedback encoders from Avago Technologies. These high-resolution encoder module kits include a built-in interpolator and are designed for quick assembly and reliable connector retention in a wide range of commercial and industrial motion control applications.

Avago AEDC-55xx and AEDM-5810 motion feedback encoder kits each contain an AEDT-981x module, an ASIC with integrated photo detector arrays, LED current regulation, interpolator and output driver circuitry, and a film code wheel that rotates between the emitter and detector ASIC. The AEDC-55xx kits feature a latching connector design, and the AEDM-5810 kit includes a patented snap-on cover "" all enabling quick assembly. The AEDC-55xx modules enable a high resolution up to 2500 or 5000 counts per revolution (CPR), depending on the model, and the AEDM-5810 module offers resolutions up to 5,000 CPR. The outputs of the kits are two square waves in quadrature with a third channel that offers a 90-electrical-degree, true index pulse that is generated once for each full rotation of the code wheel.

The Avago AEDC-55xx and AEDM-5810 motion feedback encoder kits are suitable for a wide range of commercial and industrial applications, including motor control, robotics, and factory automation. Follow the link to learn more about the AEDC-55xx and AEDM-5810 motion feedback encoders.

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