Integrated Encoder for Flat Motors

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Very short design with 6.2 mm of additional length

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Integrated Encoder for Flat Motors
Integrated Encoder for Flat Motors

Faulhaber brings integrated encoder for flat motors to market with an expansion to the BXT motor family of brushless DC-motors with very short design, with the diameter-complaint IEF3-4096 magnetic encoder. It has only 6.2 mm of additional length, thus, the motor/encoder units remain extremely short. Moreover, the encoder is fully integrated in the robust motor housing. The IEF3-4096 provides three channels with index function and a high resolution of up to 4096 lines per revolution


Suitable for applications including robotics, medical technology, laboratory automation and industrial automation


In addition, the IEF3-4096 L constitutes a variant with line driver. The encoder can be combined with the 2214…BXT H, 3216…BXT H and 4221…BXT H housed BXT motors. The combination of the BXT motors with the IEF3-4096 encoder is the ideal solution for precise positioning with high torque in constrained spaces. The encoder is connected with a ribbon cable. 

Posted on February 12, 2020 - (2214 views)
Dr. Fritz Faulhaber GmbH & Co. KG
Daimlerstrasse 23/25
71101 Schönaich - Germany
+49-7031-6380
+49-7031-638100
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WE CREATE MOTION Drive systems from FAULHABER are masterpieces of precision engineering and electromechanics at the limits of the technically feasible. As pioneer and founder of a high-tech industry, the drive specialist is among the most innovative companies in Germany.

FAULHABER offers the most extensive range of miniature and micro drive technologies available from a single source worldwide. From high performance DC Motors, BLDC Motors, to Linear Motors, and Stepper Motors, each drive is designed to achieve maximum performance in minimum dimensions and weight. Matching precision gearheads, encoders, linear components and drive electronics are available to complete the system. On the basis of its technological diversity, FAULHABER designs drive solutions that are unique with respect to their precision and reliability in the smallest of spaces. Their main areas of use include production automation and robotics, aerospace, optical systems as well as medicine and laboratory technology.

Founded in 1947, the international group of companies is headquartered in Schönaich in the German state of Baden-Wuerttemberg, one of the economically strongest regions for industrial high technology in Europe. In addition to Germany, FAULHABER maintains development and production locations in Switzerland, USA, Sweden, Romania and Hungary. Moreover, there are sales partners and subsidiaries in more than 30 countries around the world. At present, the drive specialist has more than 1,900 employees, 600 of whom work at the Schönaich location in Germany.

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