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  • Click Automation

    Click Automation has a variety of incremental encoders, including 1.6" & 2.3" rotary optical shaft encoders with single ended or line driver outputs, and 2.1" self-aligning modular kit encoders that are available in line counts from 20 to 2,000.

  • Photocraft, Inc.

    Photocraft Inc has incremental encoders in compact-size wheeled and conveyer wheeled designs. Compact wheel increment encoders have a 2" diameter and have a single-pulse output for use with a variety of mounting accessories for conveyer systems. Conveyer wheeled incremental encoders have a single-pulse output, designed for high resolution applications, delivering either 1,800 or 3,600 pulses per revolution.

  • SICK, Inc.

    SICK has a large variety of incremental encoders, including compact, robust, through-shaft, blind-hollow and measuring wheel styles. Compact incremental encoders are available in diameters from 50mm to 2.5 in., and have programmable lines from 1 to 8,192. Robust incremental encoders have a 2.5 in. housing, and offers up to 3,000 lines. Measuring  wheel encoders are available in pre-assembled versions, and can have resolutions ranging from 1 to 2,000 pulses per revolution.

  • Allied Motion Technologies Inc.

    Allied Motion Technology have size 25 rotary optical incremental motion controllers in single or multi-turn formats, and have either a solid square/servo flange or a hollow hub-shaft, which accepts up to 12.7mm shafts. Both versions have a resolution of up to 5 million counts/second, or 24 bit multi-turn absolute (16-bit absolute). Available options include sealed bearings with a IP65 rating, extended temperature ranges (from -25C to +100C) and special line counts/indexes.

  • Harmonic Drive LLC

    Harmonic Drive has a 7.5mm incremental micro encoder in single- and hollow-shaft, and has a square wave open collector output. Harmonic Drive's micro encoders are designed for small robots, small servo motors and miniaturized industrial systems.

  • Amci

    AMCI's incremental single-turn digital rotary shaft encoders have a powder coated aluminum housing, field programmable output resolution, and has a IP67 rating. It also produces quadrature output signals, and have a uni- and bi-directional operation.

  • Automation Direct

    Automation Direct has a variety of absolute incremental encoders for light-, medium- and heavy-duty applications. Light series incremental encoders have a 38mm diameter (30mm depth) and are available in 6mm single shaft or 8mm hollow shaft designs, with up to 2,500 pulses per revolution. Medium duty incremental encoders have a 50mm diameter (35mm depth) and are available in either 8mm standard or 8mm hollow shaft designs with up to 2,500 pulses per revolution. Heavy duty absolute encoders have a 78mm diameter (60mm depth), and have a 10mm standard solid shaft and have totem pole outputs up to 5,000 pulses per revolution.

  • BEI Sensors

    BEI Sensors has a wide variety of incremental optical encoders. BEI shafted incremental encoders are available in standard and quadrature encoder; Hollow shaft incremental encoders are more rugged, and designed for heavy duty applications. BEI Specialty incremental encoder styles include explosion proof (standard and rotary), stainless steel, rotary incremental shock proof and metric incremental.

  • Siemens

    Siemens offers SIMODRIVE sensor incremental encoders, with equidistant track divisions with a preset number of increments and a zero track with a standard reference mark. SIMODRIVES are also available in a range of operating voltages.

  • Micromo

    Micromo offers encoders in internal magnetic, magnetic, optical and capacitive designs. All of the Micromo's integral magnetic encoders are extremely compact, have low mass/weight, symmetrical pulse edges and have resolutions up to 2,048 lines per revolution.

  • Dynapar

    Dynapar has a variety of incremental encoders, including heavy duty, with phased array sensors; TIM Tach NexGen with a resolution of up to 2048; and NEW22 Qube encoder with an IP67 sealed, phased-array ASIC sensors.

  • Electronic Machine Parts (EMP)

    Electrical Machine Parts has a vibration-resistant  EMP encoder, with a dual-bearing design and an overhang load capacity that delivers three times the industry standards. Housing diameters are available in 1.5" (1/4" shaft), 2.5" (3/8" shaft) and 3.5" (3/8" shaft), and has 1024 line counts.

  • Sensor Systems, LLC

    Sensor Systems LLC has a wide array of standard and custom incremental encoders built for precise measurement of position, direction and velocity for nearly every system.

  • Turck, Inc.

    Turck Inc. distributes Kubler absolute encoders, specifically designed for aging and temperature compensation, as well as a heightened resistance against shock, vibration and EMI.