What is ppr in encoder?

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Saisha Raja

, Executive at Pidilite Industries Limited, Travel Beverage Drawings Certification

Pulses Per Revolution (PPR), CUI Devices uses the term PPR, or Pulses per Revolution, to represent encoder resolution. Pulses per revolution (or PPR) is a parameter associated with encoders. Encoder resolution is the number of pulses per revolution (PPR) or bits output by the encoder during one 360 degree revolution of the encoder shaft or bore. Pulses Per Revolution (PPR), Counts Per Revolution (CPR), and Lines Per Revolution (LPR) are common, but Periods Per Revolution or Cycles. Encoders have a specific number of pulses per revolution (PPR), which is related to the motor's mechanical construction. Encoder resolution can be expressed in several ways, such as Pulses Per Revolution (PPR), Counts Per Revolution (CPR) or Lines Per Revolution (LPR).

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