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FALL 2002 MKM503E: Mechatronic System Components 1 DIGITAL ENCODERS AND RESOLVERS
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FALL 2002 MKM503E: Mechatronic System Components 2 Shaft Encoder Types: Incremental Encoders Absolute Encoders Encoder Shaft Connection to power supply and output terminals
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FALL 2002 MKM503E: Mechatronic System Components 3 Encoder Types: Incremental Encoders As the transducer disk rotates, the encoder generates a train of pulses as a result of motion to be measured. By counting the pulses using the clock signal, both angular dislacement and velocity can be determined. Absolute Encoders There are many pulse tracks on the transducer disk. As the absolute encoder disk rotates, several pulse trains equal in number to the tracks on the disk are generated simultaneously. At an instant, the magnitude of each pulse signal level is a binary number. The pulses of tracks are organized so that each position of the shaft gives a coded digital signal.
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MKM503E: Mechatronic System Components 4 Signal Generation Methods:
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