Incremental Encoders - HD25
HD25
Heavy Duty Optical Encoder
 
  • Size 25 Heavy-Duty Encoder with Single or Dual Isolated Outputs
  • Unbreakable Code Disc up to 5000 PPR
  • Special Housing and Seals for IP67 Rating
  • Anodized Aluminum, Stainless Steel, or Nickel Plated Housing
  • 400G Shock and 20G Vibration Independently Validated
 
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General
Feedback TypeIncremental
TechnologyOptical
Mounting ConfigurationFlange Mount with 4-Hole Face
Mechanical
Encoder Size (Flange)2.5"
Hollow Bore Size3/8", 10mm, 12mm
Shaft Size3/8", 10mm, 12mm
Housing MaterialAluminum
Max. Operating Speed6,000 RPM
Electrical
Resolution (pulses/revolution)1-5000 PPR
Supply Voltage5-26VDC
Interfaces
  • Open Collector
  • Open Collector With Pull-Up
  • Push-Pull
  • DLD 7272
  • DLD 4469
Environmental
Protection Class (IP)IP67
Approvals / CertificationsCE, ROHS
Operating Temperature Range-40ºC to 100ºC
Storage Temperature-40ºC to 100ºC
EnviromentNon-Hazardous
Description
The HD25 Harsh-Duty Optical Encoder is identical to the HD20 but larger in size and capable of a higher resolution. It is ideal for machine applications with corrosive environments that demand stringent wash-down environments, including those where high pressure steam or caustic chemicals are needed to meet regulatory requirements. This compact, special-duty encoder is designed to exceed IP66/IP67 and NEMA 6 enclosure requirements with a PPR range through 3600. ATEX certification is also available for intrinsically safe applications (refer to Hazardous Duty HD25).
Industries
  • Factory Automation
  • Off Highway Vehicle
  • Oil & Gas
  • Vector Motor
  • Chemical
  • Food & Beverage
  • Paper
  • Steel and any Other Areas Where a Precise encoder is Needed to Operate in Harsh Environments
Applications
  • Top Drives, Iron Roughnecks, Wireline, Logging, Coiled Tubing, Cementing and Fracing/Blenders
  • Converting Machinery
  • Material Handling
  • Packaging Equipment
  • Pickling Equipment
  • Processing Equipment
  • Length measurements
  • Motor and drive speed feedback
  • Cut-to-length (textile, paper, wood, metal, rubber, plastics, etc.)
  • PLC’s and electronic counters