Hengsler AD36/1219AF : Wiring and settings for Simucube

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#1

Hi there!

I managed to get an encoder (Hengsler) from a friend to be mounted on a Beckhoff servo. The one that i got appears to be the exact same ref than the one tested and listed on the IONI’s Wiki page. I’m facing troubles for wiring since pins denominations aren’t the same between the Wiki page and the data sheet. I would need some help to get the good correspondences in order to avoid misakes. Here’s the sheets from the wiki page and from the manufacturer:
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Except the position feedback device settings tab, does any modification have to be done in granity to make this encoder work properly?

Thanks a lot for your help!

Flo.


#2

did you see IONI wiki page here?

https://granitedevices.com/wiki/IONI_%26_IONICUBE_user_guide/Wiring_overview_with_IONICUBE_1X#X2_pinout


#3

Yes Mika i took a look on it too but since the manufacturer data sheet uses different denominations i’m a bit confused… I’m afraid that i’ll need to be taken by the hand :cry:

I would say:

GND : 0v (Un) (4b)
5V: DC5V/7 (1b)
Clock+ / MA+ : Clock (2b)
Clock- /MA- : Clock (5a)
Data+ / SLO+: Data (6b)
Data- / SLO-: Data (1a)

Cable Shield: ???


#4

Clocks are clocks, and Datas are Datas, as far as I know.

The popular Hengsler encoders do not have any protection diodes to protect against bad wiring…


#5

So Clock- and Data- are the ones with bars over?


#6

yes, that is very typical notation for them.


#7

Thanks Mika! From what little i learnt, most obvious answers aren’t always the good ones in electronic lol.

One last thing, does the fact that the cable supplied with the encoder isn’t shielded is important?


#8

Lack of shielding typically affects analog signals (sincos) more than digital signals, so I would say it will have no effect. I do not have first hand experience, though.


#9

Ok thanks, will give a feedback if i notice something!