With dimensions of 6.50 mm length by 4.20 mm width by 1.69 mm height, Avago's AEDR-8320 optical SMT reflective optical encoders can operate over a wide temperature range making them ideal for use in a variety of applications. The AEDR-8320 targets designers of pick and place machines, robotic equipment, optical disk drives, card readers, printers and copiers.
Avago's AEDR-8320 series offers two channel analog output that provides a resolution of 180 lines per inch (LPI) for rotary and linear movement control. In addition, its two channel analog outputs can achieve even higher resolutions through interpolation. The AEDR-8320 can achieve resolutions of 2.2 um to 10 um for linear movement and from 4096 counts per revolution (CPR) to 7840 CPR for rotary sensing, utilizing an external interpolation IC. These high resolution optical encoders also incorporate an LED light source and photo detector IC in a single leadless package, and uses reflective technology to sense rotary or linear position. Moreover, the AEDR-8320 encoder can be interfaced directly with most signal processing circuitries to provide design-in flexibility and easy integration into existing systems.
The AEDR-8320 series of reflective encoders provides accurate real-time position sensing that's superior to competing encoders in terms of duty, state and phase. They are also insensitive to axial play and maintain performance and accuracy over a wide variation in the gap between sensor and code wheel or strip. Additionally, the AEDR-8320 series can be used with a reflective code wheel to sense rotary position and velocity, or with a linear code strip to sense linear position and velocity.
-- Reflective technology
-- Surface mount leadless package
-- Two channel analog signal output
-- Frequency count - 20KHz
-- Single 5.0V supply
-- Operating temperature: -10 to 70-degrees C
-- Encoding resolution: 180 LPI
-- RoHS compliant
U.S. Pricing and Availability
The AEDR-8320 series of reflective optical encoders are priced competitively at $4.80 each in quantities of 10,000 and are available through Avago Technologies' direct sales channel and worldwide distribution partners.
About Avago Motion Control Solutions
Avago Technologies is the industry-leading supplier of motion control encoders. These products meet the stringent requirements of precise positioning and velocity sensing in a wide range of applications from printers, copiers and scanners to servo and stepper motors, and robotic arms and wafer-handling machines. Avago offers "one-stop shopping" with its extensive portfolio of optical encoders, decoders and controllers. The company offers the industry's smallest form factors, widest range of resolutions, and highest level of integration to reduce the number of components needed and shorten time-to-market. Avago's rich motion control heritage dates back to the 1980s and its Hewlett-Packard roots. More information is available at www.avagotech.com/motioncontrol.
About Avago Technologies
Avago Technologies is a leading supplier of analog interface components for communications, industrial and consumer applications. By leveraging its core competencies in III-V compound and silicon semiconductor design and processing, the company produces highly efficient, high-quality products. With a global employee presence, Avago provides an extensive range of analog, mixed-signal and optoelectronic components and subsystems to more than 40,000 customers. Backed by strong customer service support, the company's products serve four diverse end markets: industrial and automotive, wired infrastructure, wireless communications, and computer peripherals. Avago's heritage of technical innovation dates back 40 years to its Hewlett-Packard roots. Information about Avago is available on the Web at www.avagotech.com.
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