EXE 100 Series

    Specifications

    Specifications

    EXE 101
    EXE 102

    Input

    11 µAPP

    Electrical connection

    M23 flange socket (female) 9-pin

    Cable length

    ≤ 30 m for IEncoder ≤ 120 mA

    Interpolation1)

    5-fold, 10-fold, 20-fold, 25-fold, 50-fold, 100-fold

    Input frequency1)
    for interpolation

    Nominal values2)

    EXE 101

    5-fold

    100 kHz

    100 kHz

    100 kHz

    100 kHz

    80 kHz

    50 kHz

    25 kHz

    10-fold

    100 kHz

    100 kHz

    66 kHz

    50 kHz

    40 kHz

    25 kHz

    12.5 kHz

    EXE 102

    20-fold

    60 kHz

    50 kHz

    33 kHz

    25 kHz

    20 kHz

    12.5 kHz

    6.25 kHz

    25-fold

    60 kHz

    40 kHz

    26 kHz

    20 kHz

    16 kHz

    10 kHz

    5 kHz

    50-fold

    40 kHz

    20 kHz

    13 kHz

    10 kHz

    8 kHz

    5 kHz

    2.5 kHz

    100-fold

    20 kHz

    10 kHz

    6.6 kHz

    5 kHz

    4 kHz

    2.5 kHz

    1.25 kHz

    Output

    TTL (clocked)

    Electrical connection

    M23 flange socket (male) 12-pin

    Cable length

    ≤ 100 m (Uas ≤ 50 m)

    Edge separation a

    ≥ 0.100 µs

    ≥ 0.220 µs

    ≥ 0.345 µs

    ≥ 0.465 µs

    ≥ 0.585 µs

    ≥ 0.950 µs

    ≥ 1.925 µs

    Reference mark signal1)

    Pulse width 90° elec. or 270° elec.

    Fault indication1)

    Through fault detection signal Uas or, in addition, Ua1/Ua2 high impedance

    Power supply

    5 V ± 5%

    Current consumption3)

    EXE 101: ≤ 120 mA
    EXE 102: ≤ 140 mA

    Operating temperature

    Storage temperature

    0 °C to 70 °C

    –30 °C to 80 °C

    Vibration 50 to 2000 Hz

    Shock 11 ms

    ≤ 100 m/s2

    ≤ 300 m/s2

    Degree of protection

    IP 65

    Weight

    Approx. 0.3 kg

    Bold: These preferred versions are available on short notice, please select when ordering
    1) Adjustable
    2) The actual input frequency can be up to 5% lower. Exceeding this limit results in failure

    3) Not including output load (80 mA with recommended input circuitry) or the current consumption of the encoder
    (see the corresponding brochure)