The E8P is no longer available for purchase.
The E8P optical incremental kit encoder is designed for high volume, low cost, mid-resolution OEM motion control applications. The E8P is small enough for a NEMA Size 11 stepper motor.The E8P uses a...
|Vibration (5Hz to 2kHz)||20||G|
|Max. Relative Humidity||90||%|
|Storage Temperature||-40 to 100||C|
|Operating Temperature||-20 to 100||C|
|Electrostatic Discharge, Human Body Model
|Moment of Inertia||1.81 x 10-5||oz-in-s2|
|Required Shaft Length
With D-Cover option
With H-Cover option
0.385" to 0.400"
|Mounting Screw Torque (-D, -M option)||2-3||in.-lbs|
|Shaft Axial Play||± .020||in.|
|Off-axis Mounting Tolerance||± .010||in.|
|Shaft to Mounting Surface Perpendicularity||90 ± 1||deg.|
|Maximum RPM (1)
e.x. CPR = 720, max. rpm = 5000
e.x. CPR = 180, max. rpm = 20000
|minimum value of
|Technical Bulletin TB1001 - Shaft and Bore Tolerances||Download|
(1) 60000 rpm is the maximum rpm due to mechanical considerations. The maximum rpm due to the module's 30kHz maximum count frequency is (3600000/CPR).
|Base Option||Bolt Circle||Screws Included|
|D||0.75"||#4-40, length .250" pan head phillips (qty: 2)|
|M||0.75"||M2.5x.45mm, length 6mm pan head phillips (qty: 2)|
|T||n/a||none - .005" thick transfer adhesive with peel away backing mount.|
The included centering tool and spacer tool are used to center the base to the motor shaft and to set the codewheel gap.
|Supply Current||21||27||mA||no load|
|Low-level Output||0.4||V||IOL = 6 mA|
|High-level Output||2.4||V||IOH = -1 mA|
|Rise Time||500||ns||CL = 25 pF, RL = 2.7 kΩ|
|Low-level Output||0.2||0.4||V||IOL = 20mA max.|
|High-level Output||2.4||3.4||V||IOH = -20mA max.|
|Differential Output Rise/Fall Time||15||ns|
|Symmetry, S||180 ± 16||180 ± 75||electrical degrees|
|Quadrature Delay, Q||90 ± 10||90 ± 60||electrical degrees|
(1) A leads B for clockwise shaft rotation, and B leads A for counterclockwise rotation viewed from the cover/label side of the encoder.
(2) Typical values represent the encoder performance at typical mounting alignment, whereas the maximum values represent the encoder performance across the range of recommended mounting tolerance.
|4-pin Single-ended (1)||6-pin Differential (2)|
|2||A channel||2||A channel|
|4||B channel||4||+5VDC power|
1. PCB Installation
Position the PCB so that connector lines up with flat side of base. Push PCB onto base by hand so that the two guide posts fit into associated PCB holes.
2. Base Installation
2a. Standard: Secure base to mounting
|2b. Transfer Adhesive: Slip centering tool over shaft and into center hole of base. Slide both parts down shaft until they contact mounting surface. Press base firmly to assure good adhesion. Remove centering tool.|
|3. Codewheel Installation
Set codewheel on shaft with disk facing base. Place spacer tool over codewheel with recess areas over connector and base tabs. Push tool down by hand until it bottoms out against base. Remove reusable spacer tool. In order to prevent permanent damage to motor bearings (especially on small diameter shaft motors), it is recommended that the far end (drive end) of the motor shaft be supported while installing the push on hub.
4. Cover Installation
Snap cover onto base.
1. Centering Tool
The centering tool is only included with the -3 packaging option. It has to be ordered separately for other packaging options.
Part #: CTOOL - (Shaft Diameter)
Description: This reusable tool provides a simple method for accurately centering the E7P base to the shaft. A centering tool is highly recommended when using the T-option transfer adhesive.
2. Spacer Tool
A spacer tool is included for all packaging options.
Part #: SPACER-E8P
Description: This reusable tool is used to properly space the codewheel from the encoder.
The E8P optical incremental kit encoder is designed for high volume, low cost, mid-resolution OEM motion control applications. The E8P is small enough for a NEMA Size 11 stepper motor.The E8P uses a single 5V supply and offers two TTL quadrature outputs. Single-ended or differential output options are available. A single chip reflective encoder module incorporates an LED, monolithic detector and molded lenses. The phased array technology accepts far wider mechanical tolerance and misalignment than traditional aperture type encoders. The E8P uses an innovative, patent pending, push-on codewheel that provides extremely secure and accurate, yet easy installation without setscrews.
The E8P provides mounting holes for two #4-40, length .250" screws or two M2.5x.45mm, length 6mm screws on a 0.75" diameter bolt circle. When mounting holes are not available, an option with a transfer adhesive pre-applied to the base is available. A centering tool is provided to center the base to the motor shaft during installation. The codewheel pushes on by hand using a spacer tool to set the gap in one step. The cover snaps on to complete the assembly in seconds.
The single-ended output version has a 4-pin high retention polarized connector and is designed to drive cables up to six feet long. For longer cable lengths, the differential output version (6-pin connector) is recommended to maximize noise immunity. The internal 26C31 differential line driver can source and sink 20 mA at TTL levels. The recommended receiver is industry standard 26C32. Maximum noise immunity is achieved when the differential receiver is terminated with a 150 Ω resistor in series with a .0047 μF capacitor placed across each differential pair. The capacitor simply conserves power. Otherwise power consumption would increase by approximately 20 mA per pair, or 40 mA for 2 pairs.
This product is no longer configurable or available for new applications.