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KONE Elevator Spare Parts Kubler Tachometer Rotary Encoder KM950278G01 KM950278G02

KONE Elevator Spare Parts Kubler Tachometer Rotary Encoder KM950278G01 KM950278G02

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  • Product Name
    Rotary Encoder KM950278G01 KM950278G02
  • Model Number
    KM950278G01 KM950278G02
  • Delivery Time
    2-3 Working Days
  • Supply Ability
    1000pcs Per Month
  • After-Sale Service
    Online Technical Support
  • Type
    Elevator Parts
  • Suitable For
    Elevator
  • Warranty
    One Year
  • Place of Origin
    China
  • Brand Name
    Kone
  • Model Number
    KM950278G01 KM950278G02
  • Minimum Order Quantity
    1 PC
  • Packaging Details
    Carton
  • Delivery Time
    2-3 working days
  • Payment Terms
    L/C, T/T, Western Union, MoneyGram, Paypal
  • Supply Ability
    1000pcs per month

KONE Elevator Spare Parts Kubler Tachometer Rotary Encoder KM950278G01 KM950278G02

Details for New And Original Otis KONE Elevator Spare Parts Kubler Tachometer Rotary Encoder KM950278G01 KM950278G02

 

Description Rotary Encoder
Part No.

KM950278G01 KM950278G02

MOQ 1PC
Transportion TNT, UPS, DHL, Fedex, Air, Sea
Applicable Elevator
Packages Carton, Wooden case, Pallet etc
Delivery Time Normally 2-3 working days after payment
Warranty One year
Payment Method Company Bank, Western union, alibaba, Paypal, Personal bank etc

 

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According to the real-time amplitude of the sine and cosine signals, through Arctan calculation, the exact position (electrical angle) of the encoder within this sine and cosine cycle at this moment can be determined. Depending on the resolution of the analog-to-digital AD conversion and the quality of the sine and cosine signals, each sine and cosine cycle can usually be subdivided into 212 to 214 steps. The number of sine and cosine cycles per revolution of the encoder itself, multiplied by the number of subdivision steps per sine and cosine cycle, constitutes the total resolution of each revolution of the sine and cosine encoder after subdivision.

Total resolution per revolution after subdivision = Number of cycles per revolution X Number of subdivision steps per cycle
For example, the total resolution of a sine and cosine encoder with 1024 cycles per revolution, subdivided by 13 bits, is: 210 x 213 =210+13=223

It is worth noting that the subdivided resolution is calculated by the controller or driver through input circuit processing, and is not directly output by the encoder.