Posted on November 1, 2006 - ( views)
The fully sealed non-contact RB44 encoder unit can be dropped into a cast or machined hole and simply fastened with two screws. This simple new design is well suited to direct integration onto the back of motors as well as other demanding applications. Outputs are offered in analogue, incremental and absolute formats with resolutions of up to 13bit. The sensing technology is based on the proven non-contact hall technology ensuring reliable long term operation even at high temperatures.
C. II. grupe odredov
For motor control applications
provides ride heights to 4 mm
with increased functionality and reduced costs
joins the proven family of rotary and linear magnetic encoders
high resistance to vibrations and pressure
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