Encoder diagnostic unit

The handheld encoder diagnostic unit EDU 100 is used to test incremental encoders are functioning properly. Easy to operate via the clearly laid out keypad, this is an essential tool for personnel charged with commissioning, repair and maintenance tasks to quickly test encoder signals. As a special feature the unit offers rotational frequency modulation measurements, for example to assess the assembly quality of hollow-shaft devices.

Particularly distinguishing features of the handheld diagnostic unit are:

Large, graphic displayMeasurement data memoryRotational frequency modulation measurements possibleIntegrated charging functionUSB interface to control/display via PC/laptop

 

Type

EDU 100

Casing

Handheld diagnostic unit in compact, impact resistant housing

Functions

TTL/HTL detection
Pulse rate check
Signal channel check
Frequency measurement
Speed measurement
Record signal amplitudes
Measure rotational frequency modulation
Record symmetry (graphic display and numeric value)
Phase shift (graphic display and numeric value)

Supply voltage

12 - 30 VDC

Signal amplitude

0 - 30 V

Input frequency range

max. 100 kHz

Rechargeable battery type

3 x AA (max. 2100 mAh)

Current consumption (operation)

approx. 135 mA

Current input (charging)

approx. 350 mA

Dimensions (L x W x H)

190 x 90 x 35 mm

Scope of supply

Plug-in power supply unit
Rechargeable batteries (3 x AA)
Connection cable for encoder type FG
PC software

Operating and Assembly Instructions (PDF, 1.35 MB) Download
Software EDU100-Pro (ZIP, 4.47 MB) Download
 

10/10/2013

Version: 1 Rev 0.0

For Microsoft Windows® XP, Vista, 7

Flyer (PDF, 72 KB) Download

Note

Standard dimension drawings and connection diagrams are provided in the Operating and Installation Instructions. We would be pleased to send you individual variations as well as DXF/STEP files on request.