- Mechanical incremental encoders with renowned Elma “Swiss-Click’ feel
- Quality Swiss engineering at an affordable price point
- Industry-standard footprint for possible drop-in replacement or upgrade
- Many customizable features: shaft material, turning torque levels, number of detents and resolutions
July 26, 2022
Versatile configurations provide reliable operation and “Swiss-click” tactile feedback
Fremont, Calif., July 2022 – Elma Electronic now offers the E18 family of price competitive, robust mechanical incremental encoders. This new range of encoders offer a high-quality alternative to system designers struggling to find a drop-in, rugged encoder for harsh environments with a footprint that matches their current PCB design.
Mark Thorsell, sales manager for Elma Electronic rotary switch products in the Americas noted, “A well-designed user interface is key to any electronic system for efficient operation. What good is any panel control if it begins to work intermittently and ultimately fails? Elma’s E18 encoders ensure that users will experience reliable operation out in the field, at a cost that makes them a logical substitution.”
Typical applications include white goods, home automation, two-way radios, power, heat and water distribution controls as well as industrial controllers and audio or entertainment systems.
Elma’s E18 encoders are available in a variety of configurations, including with or without a push button, and with or without a threaded bushing. There is also an option to have the shaft already mounted in the encoder body or to have the shaft supplied separately for tape and reel packing and/or industry-standard reflow soldering processes. And the entire line of E8 encoders includes Elma’s renowned “Swiss Click Indexing System” that optimizes encoder life and epitomizes quality turning feel.
Elma’s extra-stable, gull-wing SMT terminations or THT pins are standard, and even in smaller quantities, customer-specific customizations may be possible. Packing in tray (THT) or tape-and-reel (SMD) offer plenty of purchasing options.
Elma’s E18 encoders feature a robust nickel-plated zinc body and rugged brass shafts as standard. Front panel sealing up to IP67 is an off-the-shelf option as are stainless steel shafts.
Specific attributes include a body size of 14.4 x 11.4 x 6.5 mm, rotational life up to 150,000 revolutions, detent torque of 0.5, 1.5 or 2.5 Ncm with a resolution of 16, 24 or 30 detents and a push force of 3 N or 6 N.
Pricing and delivery are dependent upon configuration.
For more information, please visit https://bit.ly/Elma-NR-E18, contact sales at email@example.com or call (510) 656-3400.
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About Elma Electronic
Elma Electronic is a global manufacturer of commercial, industrial and rugged electronic products for embedded systems and application-ready platforms – from components, embedded boards, backplanes, chassis and enclosures, power supplies, to fully integrated subsystems.
With one of the widest product ranges available in the embedded industry, Elma also offers standard and custom cabinets and enclosures as well as precision components such as rotary switches/encoders, LEDs, front panels and small cases.
Elma leverages proven technology based on open standards architectures (i.e. OpenVPX, SOSA™, CompactPCI Serial, COM Express, and others). Elma is also actively engaged in designing solutions for applications requiring smaller footprints.
Elma Electronic manages entire projects from initial system architecture to specification, design, manufacturing and test through its worldwide production facilities and sales offices. The company serves the mil/aero, industrial, research, telecom, medical and commercial markets and is certified to ISO 9001 and AS 9100.
With global headquarters in Wetzikon, Switzerland, Elma has regional locations in Germany, Israel, Romania, France, Singapore, United Kingdom, United States and China.
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