SNAP-IDC5Q

SNAP-IDC5Q

$198.00 (USA and Canada only)

Availability: In stock
SNAP 2-Axis Quadrature Position Input Module

Please call (800) 321-6786 to order.

Production Specification

The SNAP-IDC5Q quadrature input module is designed to allow a SNAP brain to resolve two axes of rotating position information from quadrature encoder devices. The module outputs a pulse to the brain upon each change in quadrature state. The brain counts the module output pulses and keeps track of the direction and position.

The SNAP-IDC5Q is used with SNAP-PAC-EB1 brains and SNAP-PAC-R1 controllers. The module is also fully compatible with legacy SNAP-B3000-ENET and SNAP-UP1-ADS brains, as well as B3000 and B3000-HA brains using the mistic protocol.

The SNAP-IDC5Q can be used with most quadrature devices, including transducers with TTL, CMOS, and open collector outputs. All inputs are isolated from each other and do not share any common connections.

Part of the SNAP PAC System, the module mounts on a SNAP PAC rack with a SNAP PAC brain or rack-mounted controller. Analog, digital, and serial I/O modules can all be on the same rack. Such an I/O unit is also well suited for PC-based control or for use as intelligent remote I/O for an Allen-Bradley Logix PLC system, such as ControlLogix, MicroLogix, or CompactLogix.

For easier, faster wiring, see SNAP TEX cables and breakout boards.

Build your system in the SNAP I/O Configurator.

Logic Voltage

5 VDC

Operating Ambient Temperature

-20 to 70 °C

Isolation input-to-output

4,000 Vrms

Input Voltage Range

4–24 VDC

Input Resistance

1K ohms @ 4 V
560 ohms @ 24 V

Input Allowed for No Output

1 V

Logic Supply Current
@ 5 VDC

120 mA

Maximum Input Frequency, 50% Duty Cycle

25 kHz for SNAP PAC brains and controllers with high-speed digital functions
Legacy brains vary*

Maximum Reverse Input Voltage

–21 V

Torque, hold-down screws

4 in-lb (0.45 N-m)

Torque, connector screws

5.26 in-lb (0.6 N-m)

Agency Approvals

CE, ATEX, FM, RoHS, DFARS

Warranty

Lifetime

* The SNAP-IDC5Q supports an encoder input frequency of 25 kHz. However, legacy I/O brains have limited quadrature counting capability. The following limits apply to them:
2.5 kHz for SNAP-B3000-ENET brains
4 kHz for SNAP-UP1-ADS brains
5 kHz for other legacy brains with high-speed counting

SNAP PAC System Product Guide

This document lists and describes all Opto 22 SNAP PAC System part numbers, including PAC Project software, SNAP PAC controllers, SNAP PAC brains, and SNAP I/O modules of all kinds. SNAP PAC mounting racks and SNAP power supplies are also listed.

SNAP Two-Axis Quadrature Input Module Data Sheet

The SNAP-IDC5Q quadrature input module is designed to allow a SNAP I/O unit to resolve two axes of rotating position information from quadrature encoder devices.

Declaration of Conformity (ATEX, EMC, LVD, RoHS)

This document is the Manufacturer's Declaration of Conformity for the products listed herein, in accordance with European, international, and/or national standards and regulations.

CE Declaration of Conformity: ATEX

This document is the Manufacturer's Declaration for the listed products as mentioned in the attachment - to which this confirmation refers - that they are in accordance with the mentioned European, international and/or national standards and regulations.

Using Quadrature Counters Technical Note

Incremental encoders are often used to track movement in applications from cranes and conveyors to motion control and robotics, where control depends upon knowing a precise position, speed, or direction.

This technical note shows you how to use quadrature encoders with Opto 22 SNAP products to determine the positional information you need for your application. The technical note covers configuring and controlling both simple quadrature counters and quadrature counters with an index.

Quadrature encoders used with SNAP products require a SNAP-IDC5Q quadrature input module and a suitable I/O processor. For more information, see the SNAP-IDC5Q data sheet.

Opto 22 RoHS 2 Statement of Compliance - Restriction of Hazardous Substances

This document is a statement of compliance with the EU Directive 2011/65/EU, Restriction of Hazardous Substances (RoHS 2). This document lists Opto 22 products that comply with the substance restrictions of the RoHS2 directive.

FM Approval Document

This document lists all Opto 22 part numbers that have Factory Mutual (FM) approval.

CE Declaration: EMC

This document is the Manufacturer's Declaration for the listed products as mentioned in the attachment - to which this confirmation refers - that they are in accordance with the mentioned European, international and/or national standards and regulations.

CE Declaration: Low Voltage

This document is the Manufacturer's Declaration for the listed products as mentioned in the attachment - to which this confirmation refers - that they are in accordance with the mentioned European, international and/or national standards and regulations.

CAD 3D Drawing: SNAP-IDC5Q Digital Input Module

This CAD file contains a 3-dimensional drawing of the SNAP-IDC5Q digital input module, which allows a SNAP brain to resolve two axes of rotating position information from quadrature encoder devices.

CAD Drawing: SNAP I/O Module

This CAD file includes drawings that apply to most SNAP analog and digital I/O modules.

Video: SNAP PAC System Overview

This overview describes the four integrated components of the SNAP PAC system: software, controllers, brains and I/O. This hardware and software system is designed for industrial control, remote monitoring and data acquisition.

Video: Securing SNAP Module

A quick overview on securing a SNAP Module to a SNAP rack.

Video: Removing a SNAP Module

A quick overview on removing a SNAP module.

Demo: Accuracy vs Resolution

What's the difference between accuracy and resolution in analog I/O specifications? Try your own specs in the calculator.