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Motor Encoder Disclosure Number: IPCOM000039764D
Original Publication Date: 1987-Aug-01
Included in the Prior Art Database: 2005-Feb-01

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Siders, LT [+details]


Ease of assembly of a motor encoder is improved along with decreasing the complexity of the parts. A motor 1 (Fig. 1) has a mounting plate 2 attached to its end 3 by screws 4. The screws 4 extend through holes 5 in the mounting plate 2 and into threaded holes 6 in the end 3 of the motor 1. A hub 7 has an encoder disc 8 attached thereto by screws 9 extending through holes 10 in the disc 8 and into holes (not shown) in the hub 7. The hub 7 is positioned in a desired axial position on a shaft 11 of the motor 1 after the mounting plate 2 is attached to the motor 1 (Image Omitted) and held in position by a Tinnerman clip 12 (Fig. 2). The disc 8 has a plurality of slots 13 around the circumference of the same size and equally angularly spaced from each other.