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Alps STEC11B01 Encoder With 6mm Metal Shaft Horizontal with Switch

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49-6173

 
Brand: Alps  MPN: STEC11B01 
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This ALPS STEC11 metal shaft incremental rotary encoder is horizontal mounting and has a momentary push switch function. These rotary encoders have a small footprint and highly accurate sliding contacts. Applications include volume control in AV equipment, menu selection for in-car navigation systems and other in-car devices. We also supply the STEC12 range and other encoders. A set of knobs specifically designed for rotary encoders is also available.


  • 10mA max. operating current
  • 5V DC operating voltage
  • 15,000 cycles life cycle
  • 300V DC 10MΩ min. insulation resistance
  • 360° endless rotation
  • 30 detent positions, 15 pulses
  • 25mm shaft length
  • M7 thread for panel mounting
  • Optional push switch with 0.5mm travel
  • Horizontal mounting
  • Includes nut and washers
  • 6mm metal shaft
Current Rating 10mA
Encoder Resolution 15ppr
Shaft Diameter 6mm
Shaft Length 25mm
Shaft Type Round with slot
Terminal Orientation Horizontal
Voltage Rating 5V
With Switch Yes

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Reviews


Ideal for low code rotary encoding

Reviewed by: Rick Fornalski - 05 February 2020
When I first connected this to my "full" quadrature decoder software, (Written in PIC Assembler) the encoder incremented my variable by two. A simple check indicated that whilst the full quad encoding is presented to the device pins (clearly), the detent positions only permit the outputs to be both high or both low, the transitions being output between detents. This is not an issue but it might be nice to be aware of if your counting software appears to run a bit quicker than you expected.