AutomationDirect has added a series of Koyo miniature encoders to its line of positioning and motion control products, providing a cost-effective solution for size-limited applications.
The TRD-MX series light-duty encoders feature a small body with 25mm diameter and 29mm depth. Constructed with a 4mm diameter solid shaft, the series offers resolutions from 100 to 1,024 pulses per revolution. The encoders are fitted with a two-meter cable with tinned ends and are available with either 5 to 12 or 12 to 24 VDC open-collector or 5 VDC line-driver outputs the series provides up to 100 kHz response frequency. For more information on Koyo TRD-MX encoders, visit: https://www.automationdirect.com/sensors
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Welcome to Kickstart where you get to see new products here at AutomationDirect. Today I am going to show you our new TRD-MX encoders and accessories from our parent company Koyo. Koyo has been manufacturing rotary encoders since 1967 and has remained a leader in industrial encoders. Encoders are used for motion sensing applications of all kinds. We have added 22 new parts with these new Koyo TRD-MX encoders and accessories. These are light duty incremental rotary encoders that are cost effective for small applications. They have features like: small bodies with 25 and 29mm depths, 4mm solid shaft diameters, resolution from 100 pulses up to 1024 pulses per revolution, open collector or line driver outputs, and they come with 2 meter cables. We are also offering several new polymer and aluminum shaft couplings for encoders as well as a mounting bracket for these new Koyo TRD-MX encoders. You can find the agency approvals and specs for these new Koyo TRD-MX encoders on our website at: www.automationdirect.com Don't forget: we sell other models of Koyo encoders and accessories. Check back with us often on AutomationDirects websites or on Youtube.com/Automationdirect for more Kickstart videos. If you are watching us on YouTube, please let us know what you think about these new encoders or how you plan to use them in your next application by dropping us a comment down below. Thanks for watching and we hope to see you again soon.