Multiturn Encoders

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Multiturn Encoders
Multiturn Encoders

The patented Intelligent-Scan-Technologie of the F-Multi-turn encoder family from Kübler has now been used in an encoder of the 58 mm standard type, thus allowing its use in additional applications with higher bearing loads. The variants with hollow through shafts of up to 15 mm will make it possible to use them for larger drives without causing any problems. The singleturn resolution reaches up to 17 bit, the multiturn resolution up to 24 bit, so that the encoder achieves a total resolution of 41 bit. A stable zinc die cast housing and the robust Safety-Lock bearing design will ensure reliability not only on the mechanical side, but also on the electronic side, since both the singleturn and multiturn functionalities are completely integrated into one OptoASIC. This makes the encoder 100% magnetically insensitive, even more so, since the singleturn and multiturn scanning works contactless and is free from wear. With its clock frequency of up to 2 MHz SSI and 10 MHz BISS, a data update within less than 1 µs as well as additional incremental outputs, the encoder will facilitate highly precise position sensing with a high-resolution feedback in real time. The SET button and status-LED, a wide range of assembly/installation accessories as well as cable and plug-in solutions will ensure the encoder's simple, fast and correct installation and commissioning.

Posted on October 25, 2012 - (1256 views)
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Kübler Group - Fritz Kübler GmbH
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