Elcis incremental shaft encoders' wide range of resolutions and high operating frequency make them ideal for most applications. Elcis builds and tests each encoder to exacting standards. Encoders use several slots on each reticle to provide a stronger signal, yielding a smaller "jitter" as compared to competing encoders and making them less sensitive to small disc imperfections or environmental contaminants. Elcis' differential method scanning assembly delivers a stable output signal even under varying power or temperature conditions. Encoders use a gallium arsenide LED light source rated for over 100,000 hours.
Like their name implies, Elcis Miniature Series encoders load every bit of technical performance and reliability into a very small package. This series of incremental encoders was developed for both industrial and professional use.
Elcis Normal Series incremental encoders are suited for general industrial and professional use on industrial process controls, robot controls, machine tool controls, measuring instrument controls, plotter controls, divider controls, antenna controls, telescope controls, and more.
Elcis Sturdy Series incremental encoders are designed for use in severe environmental conditions such as on machine tools, textile machines, tanneries, rolling mills, shipyards, marble machining, concrete machining, wood machining, and more.
Elcis High Resolution Series incremental encoders operate at frequencies up to 1 MHz. These High Resolution encoders provide the precision you have come to expect from Elcis at an attractive price.
Elcis Motors Series encoders are equipped with an integrated special coupling allowing for compensation of both axial and radial slack of the motor shaft to which they are coupled.
Elcis developed this series of encoders for projects that require simultaneous information to be supplied by both an encoder and a tacho generator. A centrifugal relay can be included upon request.
The Rack and Pinion Series of incremental encoders is specially designed for use in projects where linear displacement measurements are best acquired with the "rack and pinion" method.
Elcis Special Series incremental encoders can be customized to fit your specific project requirements.
Elcis Low-Cost Series encoders are an economic yet effective alternative for applications where both price and reliability are essential.
Elcis Double Resolution Series encoders are designed for use in projects that simultaneously or alternatively require the information for two incremental encoders set in the same container.
Elcis explosion-proof encoders have an EC type certificate provided by ISSEP. These encoders are suitable for use in work environments with a potentially explosive atmosphere (Zone 1, 2, 21, 22), with gas and dust present.