HiThanks for your reply!!I found the datasheet of the sensor, even though I don´t understand how to connect it. Could help me to understand it??? (in the attached file)Thanks,
Sorry...my mistake.. Now is attached..
voltage, current, push-pull, long-line drive output, open collector
From the company they said: "the encoder output is push pull"....
Quote from: alumbrin on Dec 05, 2012, 01:45 pmFrom the company they said: "the encoder output is push pull"....Ok, and at what voltage levels do the A, B, and Z output signals operate at? Unless you can get a copy of the complete datasheet I think we will be playing this answer/question/answer/question game for longer then either of us can handle. Between the complete exact model number printed on your device and it's datasheet, it is all so simple, but without, not so simple. If the output signals are switching from 0 to +24vdc you will have to wire two series resistor voltage dividers for each signal you want to use, A, B, Z, so that the signals will swing from 0 to +5vdc that arduino input pins can handle. After that it's just another quad encoder to deal with in software.Lefty