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ACU-RITE 00424 Specifications
ENC 150™
REFERENCE MANUAL
ACU-RITE
®
ENC150
Table of Contents
Page
Introduction .......................................................................... 2
Mounting Preparation ..........................................................
Mounting Information .........................................................
Encoder Dimensions ............................................................
Backup Spar Dimensions .....................................................
Page
Spar Installation Procedure ................................................. 11
Checking your Installation ................................................... 13
Electrical Shielding ............................................................. 14
Troubleshooting .................................................................. 15
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4
5
6
Mechanical Specifications .................................................. 16
Output Signals and Pin-Outs ............................................. 17
Electrical Specifications ..................................................... 18
Mounting Requirements ...................................................... 7
Typical Mounting (s) ............................................................ 8
Encoder Installation Procedure ........................................... 9
The ACU-RITE Warranty ................................................... 19
Brackets ...
Side mounting
Reading Head
Quill
mounting
Off set
mounting
Motor mounting
Combination
reading head
w/extension
• Installation brackets and kits are available.
• Your Authorized ACU-RITE Distributor can assist you with the
proper selection of these for your installation.
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ACU-RITE
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Introduction / Supplied Items
ENC 150
The ENC 150 precision glass scale linear encoder provides the
accuracy and reliability of an ACU-RITE measuring system with
digital output (analog output available). Features and options
include:
For future ordering information or warranty service, record the
linear encoder catalog number located on the scale assembly tag,
and the serial number from the reading head tag.
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•
•
•
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Axis # 1:
Axis # 2:
Axis # 3:
Axis # 4:
Resolutions of .5, 1, 2, 5, or 10 µm.
Accuracy grades of ± 3, and ± 5 µm / 1000 mm.
Vinyl or Armor cables of 2, 5, 10, 15 and 20 ft. length.
Fasteners, center supports, and backup spars.
Brackets and accessories.
Contact your Authorized ACU-RITE Distributor for assistance
with the selection of product options and accessories.
Catalog No.
_______________
_______________
_______________
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Serial No.
__________________
__________________
__________________
__________________
Date of purchase: _______________
__________________
Distributor:
Address:
Telephone:
Contents
< 60”
Contents
> 65”
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C
D
E
F
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D
A) ENC 150 Linear Encoder
B) Backup Spar
C) Reference Manual
ACU-RITE
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D) Cable Mounting Hardware
E) Linear Encoder Mounting Hardware
F) Backup Spar Mounting Hardware
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ENC150
Mounting Preparation
Please follow these preparation guide lines.
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•
•
•
Understand your mounting requirements.
Mount with lip seals down and away from the work area.
Brackets should be kept as short as possible and rigid.
Surfaces must be in good condition, clean, and free of dirt. Remove
paint from machined mounting surfaces.
•
Alignment brackets must not be removed until
instructed.
1.150
1.150
“L”
“L” = Measuring length + 1.75” nominal over travel
• Machine travel can not exceed the encoder measuring length.
• Either limit machine travel or obtain correct length scale.
Cable directionVinyl cable grommet
Plug
Cover plate
T-10 Torx screw (2)
Armor cable hex crimp
• Determine the cable exit direction before installing the encoder.
• To change the cable exit direction; remove the cover plate and
rotate the cable 180°.
• Never mount with lip seals upward or towards work area.
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Mounting Information
ENC150
Use this information to plan your Linear Encoder installation.
1.876 .010 [47.6]
• Mount the linear encoders close to machine guide ways to ensure
system accuracy.
• One side of the linear encoder addresses flush mounting surfaces,
and the opposite side addresses offset mounting surfaces.
• If space between the reading head and the mounting surface
exceeds .18”, use a spacer or mounting bracket to reduce space.
• ACU-RITE bracket kit instructions provide step by step installation
procedures.
// .010 A
// .010 A
-A-
= Machine Travel
Reading head
Scale case
B
// .010 B
0.0 ± .010
// .010 A
// .010 A
Equal
Equal
• Tolerances of .010” TIR apply to all mounting dimensions.
• Center support mounting surface required for 24” through 60”
linear encoder measuring lengths mounted without a spar.
Alignment bracket removal clearance
Alignment
bracket
1.0
[25mm]
1.38
[35mm]
Alignment
bracket
Flush
mounting
Move bracket past
the cable strain relief
• Allow clearance for alignment bracket removal.
•
Alignment brackets must not be removed until
instructed.
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Offset
mounting
Backup spar
mounting
• Use reading head leveling set screws when surfaces are not flush.
• Reading head bracket required for a space >.18”.
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ENC150
Encoder Dimensions
Measuring length + 6.375
.469 [11.9]
.810 [20.6]
Measuring length + 5.437
.750 [19.0]
Scale case
.944 [24.0]
Mounting hole
∅ .500 C’bore
∅ .313 Thru
.700 [17.8]
.285 [7.2]
.562 [14.3]
End Cap
1.12
1.876 [28.5]
[47.6]
.937 [23.8]
.121 [3.11]
.370 [9.4]
.56 [14.4]
1.125
[28.6]
∅ For 8-32
(or M4) SHCS
mounting
screw
.32
[8.4]
Armor
2.250
[57.1]
.570 [14.5]
.810 [20.5]
1.25 [32]
Min. bend rad.
.20
[5.2]
Vinyl
1.060 [27.0]
.750 [19.0]
Reading Head assembly
1.440
[36.6]
2.198 Ref.
[55.8]
Over travel 1.75
.710 [18]
.048 [1.2]
.250 [3.4] Spar
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ACU-RITE
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Backup Spar Dimensions
Backup spar
Part Number
385102-000
385104-000
385106-000
385107-000
385108-000
385110-000
385112-000
385113-000
385114-000
385116-000
385118-000
385120-000
385122-000
385124-000
385126-000
385128-000
385130-000
385131-000
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ENC 150
Linear Encoder
Measuring Length
2
4
6
7
8
10
12
13 (Special)
14
16
18
20
22
24
26
28
30
31.5
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L
A
8.312
10.312
12.312
13.312
14.312
16.312
18.312
19.312
20.312
22.312
24.312
26.312
28.312
30.312
32.312
34.312
36.312
38.030
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1.656
2.656
1.156
1.656
2.156
3.156
4.156
1.44
5.156
1.156
2.156
3.156
4.156
5.156
1.156
2.156
3.156
4.015
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X No.
Places
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
3
3
3
3
3
4
4
4
4
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B
Backup spar
Part Number
385132-000
385135-000
385136-000
385140-000
385142-000
385148-000
385152-000
385154-000
385160-000
with Encoder
with Encoder
with Encoder
with Encoder
with Encoder
with Encoder
with Encoder
with Encoder
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5.000
5.000
10.000
10.000
10.000
10.000
10.000
16.43
10.000
10.000
10.000
10.000
10.000
10.000
10.000
10.000
10.000
10.000
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Linear Encoder
Measuring Length
32 (“E” 34.812)
35 (“E” 40.437)
36
40
42
48
52
54
60
65
72
78
84
90
100
110
120
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“L” ± .015
“A” ± .015
L
A
35.687
41.312
42.312
46.312
48.312
54.312
58.312
60.312
66.312
71.312
78.312
84.312
90.312
96.312
106.312
116.312
126.312
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.437
.437
1.156
3.156
4.156
2.156
4.156
5.156
3.156
5.656
4.156
2.156
5.156
3.156
3.156
3.156
3.156
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.110 ± .005
5.000 typ. ± .015
Non
Accumulative
M4 Thru
.750 ± .005
∅ .312 Thru
∅ .500 C’bore x .160 Dp.
“X” No. of holes
“B” typ. ± .015
Non Accumulative
“A” ± .005
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X No.
Places
4
5
5
5
5
6
6
6
7
7
8
9
9
10
11
12
13
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“A” Ref.
“E”
6
B
11.604
10.109
10.000
10.000
10.000
10.000
10.000
10.000
10.000
10.000
10.000
10.000
10.000
10.000
10.000
10.000
10.000
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ENC150
Mounting Requirements
Mounting options can be adapted to machine mounting surfaces
using spacers, standoffs, or leveling set screws.
Center support
1/4-20 x 3/4” SHCS
Support washer
• Measuring length and mechanical configuration of your machine
determine your options.
• Backup spar mounting is an option but not required for lengths
up to 60”.
• Fastener lengths described on this page are included with the
encoder or the backup spar.
Scale
washer
.94 [23.8]
End hole mounting
with center support
1/4-20 x 1” BHCS
Typical (supplied)
• 24” to 60” : Use end mounting holes with center support.
End hole mounting
Backup spar mounting
M4 x 8mm SHSS
(supplied)
1/4-20 x 1” BHCS
& scale washer (supplied)
1/4-20 x 1/2” BHCS
& spar washer (supplied)
• Less than 24” : Use end mounting holes.
• Over 60” : A backup spar is required.
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Typical Mounting (s)
ENC 150
A variety of mounting conditions can be accommodated.
Offset surfaces
• The machine configuration determines the brackets required to
install the linear encoder.
• Three typical mounting conditions are shown; flush, offset, and
backup spar (as shown previously on page 4).
• The 8-32 SHCS fastener lengths shown on this page are supplied
with the encoder hardware.
• The 8-32 SHCS for mounting the reading head is a standard low
head style fastener.
1/4-20 x 1” BHCS
with encoder washer
8-32 x 3/4” SHCS
Space of < .18” use reading head
leveling set screws.
• Mounting surfaces are offset.
• Installation without backup spar.
• Use leveling screws in place of spacers or shims.
Flush surfaces
Backup spar with bracket
1/4-20 x 1/2” BHCS
and spar washer
1/4-20 x 1” BHCS
and encoder washer
ll .005
1/4-20 x 1/2”
BHCS and washer
8-32 x 3/4” SHCS
A space >.18”, use a spacer or
bracket (shown); <.18” use
leveling set screws.
0.0 ± .005
• Mounting surfaces are flush within .005”.
• The reading head leveling screws are not required.
ACU-RITE
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8-32 x 5/8” SHCS
(trim if necessary)
• Flush or offset mounting surfaces with a backup spar.
• Bracket used to reduce head to mounting surface gap.
• Use reading head leveling set screws.
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ENC150
Encoder Installation Procedure
These steps apply to all encoder mounting conditions, if a spar is
being used, go to “Spar Installation Procedure” on page 11.
•
ACU-RITE bracket kit instructions supercede this
section.
• Adjust drill depths and fastener lengths as required.
• When instructed on page 10: Adjust the leveling set screws
as follows:
1. Insert, but do not tighten 8-32 (M4) reading head screws.
2. Place a .001”-.003” shim between the leveling set screws and
mounting surface.
3. Adjust each set screw until a slight drag is felt on the shim.
4. Evenly tighten the 8-32 (M4) reading head mounting
screws.
• Contact your Authorized ACU-RITE Distributor should you
require additional assistance.
Center mounting axis
CL
Mark center of travel
• Move the machine axis to its center of travel.
• Mark the axis for quick return to center.
• Configure the encoder cable exit direction (see page 3).
-A- = Axis travel
Scale case
CL
Center marks
Align top of scale case to
within .015” of -A-
Axis parting line
Scale case
Alignment
brackets (2)
Cable assembly
Reading head assembly
Endcap
End mounting hole (typical)
• Locate the scale case so underside of end caps are flush with the
axis parting line.
• Mark one end mounting hole location.
• Align the center marks on the reading head and scale assembly by
sliding the reading head and brackets along the case.
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Encoder Installation Procedure
ENC 150
Drill / tap for 8-32 (M4)
-A- = Axis travel
-A-
Drill / tap
for 1/4-20 (M6).
8-32 x 3/4” SHCS
(M4 x 20mm)
Align to within .010” TIR to -A-
Do not tighten prior to adjusting leveling set screws
1/4-20 x 1” BHCS & Scale flat washer (M6 x 25mm)
• Drill / tap the first end mounting hole / attach the linear encoder.
• Align to within .010” TIR. to -A-, drill / tap second end hole.
• Attach the linear encoder / align to within .010” TIR. to -A-.
• Center the axis and mark the reading head mounting holes.
• Move axis, drill / tap holes for 8-32 (M4).
• Attach head to axis / Set leveling screws / Secure fasteners.
Alignment bracket removal
Center support
Flat washer (M6)
Twist 45°
1/4-20 x 3/4” SHCS
(M4 x 20mm)
Slide brackets away from reading head and cable.
• Slide the brackets away from the reading head.
• Remove the alignment brackets and save for future use.
• Proceed to page 13, “Checking Your Installation”.
• Use the center support(s) when provided.
• Place supports at equal intervals along the encoder’s length.
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ENC150
Spar Installation Procedure
These steps apply to all spar mounting conditions.
•
ACU-RITE bracket kit instructions supercede this
section.
• Adjust drill depths and fastener lengths as required.
• When instructed on page 12: Adjust the leveling set screws
as follows:
1. Insert, but do not tighten 8-32 (M4) reading head screws.
2. Place a .001”-.003” shim between the leveling set screws and
mounting surface.
3. Adjust each set screw until a slight drag is felt on the shim.
4. Evenly tighten the 8-32 (M4) reading head mounting
screws.
• Contact your Authorized ACU-RITE Distributor should you
require additional assistance.
-A- = Axis travel
Axis parting line
Align top of spar to
within .015” of -A-
End mounting hole (typical)
• Locate the spar with the underside flush with the axis parting line.
• Mark one end mounting hole location.
Center
mounting
axis
-A- = Axis travel
CL
1/4-20 x 1/2” BHCS &
Flat washer .017” thk.
Mark
center of
axis
• Move the axis to its center of travel.
• Mark the axis for quick return to center.
• Determine encoder cable exit direction and adjust (see page 3).
Align to within .010” TIR of -A-
• Drill / tap the first end mounting hole / attach the spar.
• Align to within .010” TIR. to -A-, drill / tap second end hole.
• Attach the spar / align to within .010” TIR. to -A-.
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Spar Installation Procedure
ENC 150
M4 x 8mm set screws
8-32 x 5/8” SHCS
(M4 x 16mm)
Do not tighten prior to adjusting
leveling set screws.
• Insert the encoder into the spar.
• Center the encoder from end to end with the spar.
• Lock in place by tightening the M4 set screws.
• Attach the bracket to the machine.
• Align the reading head mounting holes with the bracket holes.
• Attach head to bracket / Set leveling screws / Secure fasteners.
Alignment bracket removal
Reading head bracket
8-32 x 5/8” SHCS
(trim if necessary)
Twist 45°
Slide brackets away from reading head and cable.
• Slide the brackets away from the reading head.
• Remove the alignment brackets and save for future use.
• Proceed to page 13, “Checking Your Installation”.
• To locate the reading head bracket, attach it to the reading head.
• Center the axis and mark the bracket mounting holes.
• Remove the bracket, drill / tap holes for 1/4-20 (M6).
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ENC150
Checking Your Installation
These steps will confirm proper operation of your installation. The
counting Test confirms proper electrical operation. the Repeatability
Test checks the installation integrity
Connecting
Provide slack
loops
Secure excess
cable
Counting Test:
• Configure the readout’s encoder and display resolution (see
manual).
• Move the axis and compare the display to the movement.
• Configure readout for sensing reference marks.
• Move each axis a minimum of 20mm (axis display should zero).
Attach connector
• Route the cables with slack loops to allow for axis motion.
• Secure excess cable by fastening with clips or ties.
• Attach the linear encoder connectors to the readout.
Repeatability Test:
• Locate an indicator on one end of the encoder and zero the readout
and indicator.
• Move the axis through the full travel and return to dial zero.
• Readout should read zero ± 1 count.
Counting Test
Repeatability Test
Readout
• Move the axis and compare the display to the movement.
• Move the axis 20mm (.79”) to check reference mark operation.
Place dial indicator at the end of the moving
component (scale assembly or reading head).
• Zero the display and indicator.
• Move axis to the end of it’s travel return to dial zero.
• Readout should read zero ± 1 count.
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Electrical Shielding
ENC 150
Connect a ground wire from the terminal on the back of the readout to the machine or earth ground. Attach a ground wire from
the machine to a solid earth ground.
With the encoder attached to the machine and the cable connected to the readout, check shielding by measuring resistance
between connector housing and scale unit. Desired value: 1 Ω
max.
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ENC 150
If you experience difficulties with your installation, do the
following to determine the problem.
Checking the Readout
Difficulties on more than one axis are usually associated with
the readout. Follow these steps to determine if your difficulties
are associated with the readout:
• Insure that the linear encoder connectors are correctly seated.
• Swap linear encoder cables at the readout to see if the problem is
still shown in the same display.
• If the problem remains in the same display, the readout is in error.
• If the problem follows the connection change, the linear encoder
may be in error.
If the Readout is at fault, refer to “What to do” to arrange for
the parts necessary to repair your system. If a linear encoder
appears to be at fault, proceed with “Checking the Linear
Encoders”.
Checking the Linear Encoders
Problems on a single axis are usually associated with the linear
encoder or its installation. Difficulties can be caused by improper
installation, loose or misaligned bracketry, or a damaged or
inoperable encoder.
Trouble Shooting
Follow these steps to determine the cause of your system
difficulties:
• Confirm that your bracketry and installation does not interfere
with other machine structures through the entire length of the
linear encoder travel.
• Check for loose fasteners. If you find loose fasteners, first confirm
that the linear encoder is installed to the tolerances specified and
then retighten the fasteners as required.
• Confirm that the linear encoder is installed to the required
tolerances by checking the alignment tolerances specified on Page
4. If the installation does not meet the tolerances, reinstall the
encoder according to the “Installation Procedure”.
• Perform a Repeatability Test as described on Page 11. If the linear
encoder is installed to the required tolerances, the bracketry and
encoder have been checked for interferences and loose fasteners,
and the encoder fails the repeatability test, the encoder is likely at
fault.
Do not attempt to repair the reading head or scale assembly. The
ENC 150 is field serviceable by assembly replacement only.
Attempts to repair the encoder can permanently damage it and
void the warranty.
What to do
If an ACU-RITE linear encoder or readout is found to be at fault,
please contact your Authorized ACU-RITE Distributor for
instructions prior to removing the encoders or readout .
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Mechanical Specifications
ENC150
Mechanical Specifications
Resolution
Digital
2 µm
Grating pitch
Scale medium
10 µm
Analog
0.5 µm
40 µm
1 µm
5 µm
20 µm
40 µm
Light transmission through chrome-coated glass
Accuracy (@ 20° C) / 1000mm
± 3µm, ± 5µm
Max. slew speed
40 inches/sec
Force required to move
reading head
< 0.75 lbs
Operating Environment
Temperature
Relative Humidity
0° to 40° C
25% to 95% (non-condensing)
Storage Environment
Temperature
Humidity
- 40° to 65° C
20% to 95% (non-condensing)
Weight w/armor
1.4 + 0.5 lbs/in of measuring length
Connecting cable
armored or vinyl
Length = 5, 10, and 15 ft.
Connector: DE-9P or Bendix PTO 6A-10-6P
Max. cable length
35 ft
Measuring lengths
2” - 120”
Reference pulse interval
Distance or coded
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20 µm
ENC 150
Output Signals and Pin-Outs
Digital Differential
Pin 1
Pin 2
Pin 3
Pin 4
Pin 5
Pin 6
Pin 7
Pin 8
Pin 9
N/C
Green
Yellow
Blue
Red
White
Brown
Pink
Gray
N/C
Channel
A+
Channel
A-
Ground
Vcc, + 5.1
± 0.1 VDC @ 140mA max.
Channel
R+
Channel
R-
Channel Channel
B+
B-
Analog Differential
1
5
6
9
Pin 1
Pin 2
Pin 3
Pin 4
Pin 5
Pin 6
Pin 7
Pin 8
Pin 9
White
Green
Yellow
Blue
Red
N/C
Brown
Pink
Gray
Ground
Channel
A+
Channel
A-
N/C
Vcc, + 5.0
± 0.1 VDC @ 80 mA max.
Channel
R+
Channel
R-
Channel Channel
B+
B-
Large key
A
B
Digital single ended
Pin A
Pin B
Pin C
Pin D
Pin E
Pin F
Green
Blue
Brown
White
Drain
Pink
Channel A
Channel B
Vcc, + 5.1
± 0.1 VDC @ 140mA max.
Common (power supply
and return signal return)
Shield, reading head
casting ground
Channel R
(Reference Mark)
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Electrical Specifications
Parameter
ENC150
Digital
Output Signals
Analog
IOH=(High level output current) = 20mA
VOH=(High level output voltage) >2.5Vdc
360°
0°
1
1
Channel R+
Channel A+
0
0
1
Channel AChannel R- 1
0
0
90°
1
1 Count
Channel B+
0
1
Channel B0
0°
IµA
90°
360°
Channel A
135° ± 20°
IµA
IR:2-8 µApp
Channel R
360° ±
60°
IOL=(Low level output current) = 20mA
VOL=(Low level output voltage) < 0.5Vdc
Incremental signals
Square-wave voltage signals.
Channels A and B, in 90°
quadrature relationship
Signal levels
TTL-level
7-16µApp
w/1 K Ohm load
Reference Mark signals
Square-wave pulse
Differential current output
Signal level
TTL-level
2-8µApp
w/100 K Ohm load
ACU-RITE
Similar phasing, but differential
sinusoidal current output
5.1 ± 0.1 VDC @ 100 mA max.
Power Supply
®
5.1 ± 0.1 VDC @ 70 mA max.
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IA, B:7-16 µApp
Channel B
ENC 150
ACU-RITE products and accessories are warranted against defects in material and workmanship for a period of three years
from the date of purchase. ACU-RITE will, at its option and expense, repair or replace any part of the ACU-RITE product which
fails to meet this warranty. This warranty covers both materials
and factory labor. In addition, authorized ACU-RITE distributors will provide field service labor for a period of one-year at no
charge. Notice of the claimed defect must be received by
ACU-RITE within the warranty period.
This warranty applies only to products and accessories installed
and operated in accordance with this reference manual. ACURITE shall have no obligation, with respect to any defect or other
condition caused in whole or in part by the customer's incorrect
use, improper maintenance, modification of the equipment, or
by the repair or maintenance of the product by any person except those deemed qualified by ACU-RITE.
Warranty
Responsibility for loss of operation or diminished performance
due to conditions beyond ACU-RITE's control cannot be accepted
by ACU-RITE.
The foregoing warranty obligations are in lieu of all expressed or
implied warranties. ACU-RITE INCORPORATED shall not be
liable under any circumstances for consequential damages.
30 Day Red Carpet Warranty
All ACU-RITE products are covered by a 30-day Red Carpet
Warranty. If in the first 30 days this product fails for any reason, repackage it in the original packaging materials and contact
your Authorized ACU-RITE Distributor for return procedures.
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ACU-RITE IS AN
ISO 9001
CERTIFIED
MANUFACTURER
ACU-RITE
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ACU-RITE COMPANIES INC.
One Precision Way • Jamestown, NY 14701
101000-170 EDITION M 8/03
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