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Series 3000 standard incremental shaft encoder - WiFi




  K 1 - X




- X X X X




Resolution - ppr




Incremental Output |  

13 = Quadrature

Protection 08 = XML RS232 |  
IP65   |  
  S = Radial
  V = Axial


Technical Data
Operating Temp: -20C to +60C
Housing Material: Aluminum
Shaft Material: St. Steel
IP rating: IP65
Shaft load: Supports 'system' weight
Humidity: 98% permissible
Shock: 10mg (6msec)
Vibration: 5g (500Hz)
Max Resolution: 512 ppr
Shaft Speed: 3000 rpm or 2.5kHz (electrics)
Operating Temp: -20C to +60C
Housing Material: Plastic
IP rating: IP66
Peak RF: 0 dBm, 1mW
WiFi Frequency: 2.4 GHz
Data Rate: 250 kbs
Battery Pack:  
Operating Temp: -20C to +60C
Housing Material: Stainless Steel
IP rating: IP66
Humidity: 98% permissible
Type: Lithium Thyonide Chloride
Life Time: Max 1.5 years, 19,000 mAhrs
   up to 100ppr 1 billion data transmissions
   above 100 ppr 300 million data transmissions
Receiver Module:
- Click above for a full description of the outputs that can be generated from the receiver module.
- The default output protocol for incremental is the standard quadrature output.. This means the encoder can be replaced 1:1 with one in an existing system.  The output is 5V pulses.
A low power incremental encoder output is fed into a 16 bit up-down counter.  Every time the encoder shaft moves, a pulse edge triggers a data transmission to the distant module.  Data is read 100 times per second.  If the incremental encoder spins to fast, the data transmission jumps from one counter content to another.  Every data transmission contains the full 16 bit counter value.
Each encoder has a unique identity number in case multiple sensors are purchased.  The ID numbers can be customer specified.  As default, they be the serial number of the device, this way, there will never be conflicting identities on a system.

Mounting Instructions

1. Just before installing encoder onto shaft, screw the battery pack in firmly to the transmitter housing (the clear part)

2. Mount the encoder mechanically as you would any other encoder.

3. On the safe side, plug in the receiver module into the PLC or computer and start reading the data in whatever format you have.

4. The battery can be 'hot-swapped' in the field for a new battery if it does run out.

5. If you will NOT immediately use the encoder, do NOT connect the battery.  Only connect the battery right before using.


Hohner Corp. Tel:  1 905 563 4924 and 1 800 295 5693
5536 Regional Road 81 Fax: 1 905 563 7209
Beamsville, Ontario, L0R 1B3 E-mail: hohner@hohner.com
Canada Web: www.encoderonline.com

Hohner Automation Ltd. Tel: +44 (0) 1978 363-888 and 0 845 658 2020
Units 14-16, Whitegate Industrial Estate Fax: +44 (0) 1978 364-586
Wrexham, North Wales, LL13 8UG E-mail: uksales@hohner.com
United Kingdom Web: www.hohneronline.co.uk