The PhidgetEncoder HighSpeed connects to any typical
two-bit optical encoder and can return up to 2,000,000 pulses (that is, 500,000
full quadrature cycles) per second. Specifically it reads a standard incremental
non-differential TTL encoder.
The 1057 can be used to measure shaft speed or as a very accurate human input
device. If you just need a simple human input device have a look at the 1052-
With it you can:
Detect changes in incremental position
Easily track changes with respect to time
If you need an encoder have a look at our 3530 - Optical Rotary Encoder.
Comes Packaged with:
A 3018 - Mini-USB Cable 180cm
A 3019 - HighSpeed Encoder Cable 50cm
A Hardware mounting kit