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RE: Variable Speed SRSG - OPTICAL ENCODERS
Original poster: "Mccauley, Daniel H by way of Terry Fritz <teslalist-at-qwest-dot-net>" <daniel.h.mccauley-at-lmco-dot-com>
A variable speed SRSG isn't a synchronous spark gap anymore. Its an
asynchronous rotary spark gap ARSG.
Also, an optical encoder would probably work best for your application
especially if its a feedback system.
You can get optical encoders with up to 1000 lines of resolution per
revolution. This 1000 lines can be extended to quadrature operation to get
a maximum of 4000 lines of revolution. Most likely overkill, but a 100 or
250 line encoder
would work great for a feedback controlled system. And they aren't that
expensive either. A fully assembly which can
couple to the shaft is probably about $30.00 for the whole thing.
USDigital-dot-com as them.