CIM Encoder, CIMcoder

am-3314a

$42.00

This encoder mounts to the nose of a CIM Motor and senses the rotations of the CIM Motor output shaft. A housing, mounted to the CIM Motor, protects the encoder circuitry while a collet spins with ...Read More

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Product Overview

This encoder mounts to the nose of a CIM Motor and senses the rotations of the CIM Motor output shaft. A housing, mounted to the CIM Motor, protects the encoder circuitry while a collet spins with the motor output shaft. This version of the CIMCoder features two major changes to the sensor. The most noticeable is the connector is brought to the edge making it easier to plug in cables. The second change is that there are internal pull-up resistors to work with controllers that require them. This encoder works with the NI roboRIO (am-3000), Talon SRX Speed Controller (am-2854), and Sensor Screen (am-3212). The CIMCoder decreases the over CIM shaft length by 0.31".

Encoder Pinout:
  • Pin 1: VDD
  • Pin 2: Ch A
  • Pin 3: GND
  • Pin 4: Ch B
Features and Benefits
  • 3.3 to 5.0 V supply voltage operation
  • Designed to mount on CIM motor drive side
  • Spacer tool for magnet installation
  • 2 channel quadrature output with 20 pulses per channel per revolution for sensing speed and direction.
  • Magnetic technology offers robust performance
  • 100% Non-Contacting design (no bearings or bushing) provides an extremely long life expectancy
  • Outputs are logic 0 to 3.3 V
  • Standard 4 pin Molex connector
Included Hardware:
Thank you to FIRST Robotics team 141, WOBOT for approaching AndyMark with this design concept and for working with the product manufacturer in development of this product. They wished to create a product to better the FIRST community, and deserve much credit for making this positive impact.

Specifications

  • Voltage: 3.3-5.0

Recommendations

8 reviews

  1. star star star star empty_star 4.0 out of 5 stars

    Did well

    Cheaply built, but not as cheap as some other reviews would have you think. The biggest problem is that the CIM isn't as well anchored to the motor input plate as without it, which allows a bit of flex, especially if you're going to operate at the high current levels CIMs are famous for tolerating.

    GM from Slidell

  2. star star star star empty_star 4.0 out of 5 stars

    "Did well"

    "Cheaply built, but not as cheap as some other reviews would have you think. The biggest problem is that the CIM isn't as well anchored to the motor input plate as without it, which allows a bit of flex, especially if you're going to operate at the high current levels CIMs are famous for tolerating."

    GA from Slidell

  3. star star star star empty_star 4.0 out of 5 stars

    Review

    4 Stars

    CS from Port Richey

  4. star star star star star 5.0 out of 5 stars

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    5 Stars

    TP from Saint Johns

  5. star star star star star 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Works fine

    No issues.

    MV from Germantown Hills

  6. star star star star empty_star 4.0 out of 5 stars

    Beware the cable

    Excellent product, but beware of the cable and connection which are pretty small.

    PH from Neponset

  7. star star star star star 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Well done!

    Thank you for the prompt and accurate service.

    SH from Tunkhannock

  8. star star star star star 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Review

    5 Stars

    KB from Missoula

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