The pulse amplitude of the encoder’s output square wave signal is dependent on the voltage you supply the sensor. For example, if you provide 5V to Sensor Voltage +, then Channels A & B will have a pulse amplitude of 5V.
To enhance the resolution, the encoder is attached to the motor before the gearbox.
Gear train damage can occur if stalled (locked).
|Output Shaft Style||D-shaft|
|Motor Type||Brushed DC|
|Output Shaft Support||Dual Ball Bearings|
|Gear Material||brass primary, nylon secondary, steel tertiary|
|Weight||13.5 oz (382g)|
|Voltage Range (Recommended)||6V - 12V|
|Speed (No Load @ 12VDC)||165 rpm|
|Current (No Load @ 12VDC)||0.53A|
|Current (Stall @ 12VDC)||20A|
|Torque (Stall @ 12VDC)||681 oz-in (49 kgf-cm)|
|Connector Type||PH Series JST 6-pin Connector (2mm Pitch)|
|Encoder: Cycles Per Revolution (Motor Shaft)||12|
|Encoder: Countable Events Per Revolution (Output Shaft)||2,442.96|
|Encoder Type||Relative, Quadrature|
|Encoder Sensor Type||Magnetic (Hall Effect)|
|Encoder Sensor Input Voltage Range||2.4 - 26V|
|Encoder Sensor Output Pulse Amplitude||~= Sensor Input Voltage|