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Frequency Divider for

Incremental Encoder Model

FT 9004


  • Divider for incremental encoder
  • A/B in, A/B out
  • Divider adjustment by DIP-Switches
  • Low power consumption
  • High reliability
  • Standard housing for DIN rail mounting
  • Function
    • The model FT 9004 presents a unit designed for dividing frequencies respectively pulse chains of incremental encoders. Two input pulse chains 90° out of phase are divided by an user adjustable value and are outputted as two pulse chains 90° out of phase. It is understood that Up-down counting is possible without loss of pulses.
      A second function can be selected by an internal DIP-switch. Using this function input A is used as input for a pulse chain, in put B is used for controlling the direction of the pulse chain. As described above the output signals of the output channels A and B are two pulse chains 90° out of phase.
  • Isolated input channels
    • Configuration of the input channels:
    • Input Level

    • 5 V, 12 V, 24 V
    • Input Current

    • 5 mA
    • Input Frequency

    • max. 90 kHz
  • Output channels
    • Open-collector transistor outputs
    • max. 50 mA by 30 V
  • Power Supply
    • 18 - 36 V DC isolated (standard)
    • 4,5 - 9 VDC isolated (option)
    • 9 - 18 VDC isolated (option)
    • 36 - 48 VDC isolated (option)
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