Incremental encoders
DBS60 Core

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    • Performance
      Pulses per revolution2,500
      Measuring step≤ 90° electric/pulses per revolution
      Measuring step deviation± 18° / pulses per revolution
      Error limitsMeasuring step deviation x 3
      Duty cycle≤ 0.5 ± 5 %
    • Interfaces
      Communication interfaceIncremental
      Communication Interface detailTTL / HTL 1)
      Number of signal channels6-channel
      Initialization time< 5 ms 2)
      Output frequency+ 300 kHz 3)
      Load current≤ 30 mA, per channel
      Power consumption≤ 0.5 W (without load)
      • 1) Output level depends on the supply voltage.
      • 2) Valid signals can be read once this time has elapsed.
      • 3) Up to 450 kHz on request.
    • Electrical data
      Connection typeMale connector, M12, 8-pin, radial
      Supply voltage4.5 ... 30 V
      Reference signal, number1
      Reference signal, position90°, electric, logically gated with A and B
      Reverse polarity protection
      Short-circuit protection of the outputs1)
      MTTFd: mean time to dangerous failure500 years (EN ISO 13849-1) 2)
      • 1) Short-circuit opposite to another channel, US or GND permissable for maximum 30 s.
      • 2) This product is a standard product and does not constitute a safety component as defined in the Machinery Directive. Calculation based on nominal load of components, average ambient temperature 40°C, frequency of use 8760 h/a. All electronic failures are considered hazardous. For more information, see document no. 8015532.
    • Mechanical data
      Mechanical designSolid shaft, face mount flange
      Shaft diameter10 mm 1)
      Shaft length19 mm
      Flange type / stator couplingFlange with 3 x M3 and 3 x M4
      Weight+ 0.3 kg 2)
      Shaft materialStainless steel
      Flange materialAluminum
      Housing materialAluminum
      Start up torque+ 1.2 Ncm (+20 °C)
      Operating torque1.1 Ncm (+20 °C)
      Permissible shaft loading radial/axial

      100 N (radial) 3)

      50 N (axial) 3)

      Operating speed6,000 min⁻¹ 4)
      Maximum operating speed9,000 min⁻¹ 5)
      Moment of inertia of the rotor33 gcm²
      Bearing lifetime3.6 x 109 revolutions
      Angular acceleration≤ 500,000 rad/s²
      • 1) Others on request.
      • 2) Based on encoder with male connector or cable with male connector.
      • 3) Higher values are possible using limited bearing life.
      • 4) Allow for self-heating of 3.2 K per 1,000 rpm when designing the operating temperature range.
      • 5) Maximum speed which does not cause mechanical damage to the encoder. Impact on the service life and signal quality is possible. Please note the maximum output frequency.
    • Ambient data
      EMCAccording to EN 61000-6-2 and EN 61000-6-3
      Enclosure rating

      IP67, housing side (according to IEC 60529) 1)

      IP65, shaft side (according to IEC 60529)

      Permissible relative humidity90 % (condensation of the optical scanning not permitted)
      Operating temperature range–30 °C ... +100 °C, at maximum 3,000 pulses per revolution 2)
      Storage temperature range–40 °C ... +100 °C, without package
      Resistance to shocks250 g, 3 ms (according to EN 60068-2-27)
      Resistance to vibration30 g, 10 Hz ... 2,000 Hz (according to EN 60068-2-6)
      • 1) With mating connector fitted.
      • 2) These values relate to all mechanical versions including recommended accessories unless otherwise noted.
    • Classifications
      ECl@ss 5.027270501
      ECl@ss 5.1.427270501
      ECl@ss 6.027270590
      ECl@ss 6.227270590
      ECl@ss 7.027270501
      ECl@ss 8.027270501
      ECl@ss 8.127270501
      ECl@ss 9.027270501
      ECl@ss 10.027270501
      ECl@ss 11.027270501
      ETIM 5.0EC001486
      ETIM 6.0EC001486
      ETIM 7.0EC001486
      ETIM 8.0EC001486
      UNSPSC 16.090141112113

    Technical drawings

    Dimensional drawing Solid shaft Ø 10 mm, face mount flange, male connector
    PIN assignment
    Diagrams Signal outputs for electrical interfaces TTL and HTL
    Diagrams Signal outputs for electrical interfaces TTL and HTL
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