ENCODERS AND INCLINATION SENSORS
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PRODUCT OVERVIEW ENCODERS AND INCLINATION SENSORS PATH-, ANGLE- AND SPEED MEASUREMENT IN PEPRFECTION Incremental encoders, Absolute encoders, Safety encoders, ­ Linear encoders, Wire draw encoders, Measurement wheel encoders, Inclination sensors

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Encoders and inclination sensors  ENCODERS AND INCLINATION SENSORS Paths, position, angle – an encoder is the ideal solution when it comes to precise position detection in industrial automation. The same applies to measuring revolutions and rpm as well as speed and acceleration. High-resolution optical encoders and extremely rugged magnetic encoders complement one another perfectly and permit exact measurements in all kinds of applications. Rotary encoders are available as incremental and absolute encoders. Wire draw encoders and linear encoders with a measuring element are available in...

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PRODUCT FAMILY OVERVIEW Incremental encoders SAFETY ENCODER Incremental encoders for functional safety generate information about position, angle, and revolution counts. When combined with a safe evaluation unit, this enables users to meet the safety function requirements set out in IEC61800-5-2. Safety encoders can be used in a variety of applications in factory and logistics automation. Safety functions in stationary machines Stationary machines are often equipped with mechanical solutions, such as doors or flaps, to separate the user from hazardous points. When working on machines in...

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Encoders and inclination sensors  Positioning the individual hydraulic cylinders of the excavator arm enables partial automation of work processes. This makes it possible to strip a slope, for example. Rugged MAX linear encoders - integrated into the hydraulic cylinder of the excavator arm - first detect the actual position. The target position is then approached by the hydraulic control. Positioning the hydraulic cylinder in semi-automated work processes MEASURING WHEEL ENCODER Measuring wheel systems use a wheel to record linear movements, which they then convert to speed or position...

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SELECTION GUIDE Incremental encoders DFS60S Pro Which interface connection is required? TTL HTL TTL/HTL Universal Open Collector Sin/Cos What is the maximum amount of space available for installation (diameter)? Up to 37 mm Up to 40 mm Up to 50 mm Up to 60 mm Up to 90 mm Face mount flange Servo flange Square flange Blind hollow shaft Through hollow shaft Measuring wheel system What hollow shaft diameter is required? Up to 6 mm Up to 8 mm Up to 10 mm Up to 12 mm Up to 14 mm Up to 15 mm Up to 1/2“ Up to 3/8“ Up to 5/8" > 5/8" What resolution is required (pulses per revolution/steps per...

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Absolute encoders How many revolutions are to be absolutely measured? Which interface connection is required? Analog 4 ... 20 mA / Analog 0 ... 10 V Parallel SSI SSI + incremental SSI + Sin/Cos lO-Link Fieldbus/Ethernet What is the maximum amount of space available for installation (diameter)? Up to 36 mm Up to 40 mm Up to 50 mm Up to 60 mm Up to 90 mm Which type of flange or shaft is required? Face mount flange Servo flange Square flange Blind hollow shaft Through hollow shaft What hollow shaft diameter is required? Up to 8 mm Up to 10 mm Up to 12 mm Up to 15 mm Up to5/8" > 5/8" What...

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SELECTION GUIDE Absolute encoders Absolute encoders SELECTION GUIDE Absolute encoders How many revolutions are to be absolutely measured? Which interface connection is required? Analog 4 ... 20 mA / Analog 0 ... 10 V Parallel SSI SSI + incremental SSI + Sin/Cos IO-Link Feldbus/Ethernet What is the maximum amount of space available for installation (diameter)? Up to 36 mm Up to 40 mm Up to 50 mm Up to 60 mm Up to 90 mm Which type of flange or shaft is required? Face mount flange Servo flange Square flange Blind hollow shaft Through hollow shaft What hollow shaft diameter is required? Up to 8...

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11 Available upon request. Encoders and inclination sensors | SICK

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selection guide Linear encoders 8019516/2019-03-20 Subject to change without notice

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10 Encoders and inclination sensors | SICK

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SELECTION GUIDE Inertial sensors Inclination sensors TMM55 Dynamic inclination sensors TMS61 On how many axes should the measurement take place? 1 2 How to measure? permanently dynamic Should access to sensor raw data be possible? Yes No Which interface connection is required? 0…10 V 4….20 mA CANopen SAE J1939 Which housing material is required? Plastic Aluminum Should programming/configuration be performed by the customer? Yes, using a hand-held device No Which size for installation can be used? Small Medium Large 8019516/2019-03-20 Subject to change without notice Encoders and inclination...

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The MultiFit Incremental Encoder The MultiFit Incremental Encoder Technical data overview • Connection with universal cable outlet • Designs with blind hollow shaft or face mount flange with solid shaft • Face mount flange with 6 mounting hole patterns and servo groove • Hollow shaft with universal stator coupling • Compact housing diameter of 37 mm with compact construction depth, • Electrical interfaces: TTL/RS422, HTL/Push pull and Open Collector NPN • Number of lines: 10 to 2,500 • Temperature range: -20 °C ... +85 °C • Enclosure rating: IP65 • Connection with universal cable outlet •...

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PRODUCT FAMILY overview Incremental encoders • Face mount and servo flange with various hole patterns • Hollow shafts up to 5/8 inches in diameter, optionally insulated, front and rear clamping • Housing diameter 58 mm, compact installation depth • Number of lines up to 10,000 pulses • Cable connection, M12 and M23 male connector, radial • TTL/HTL and TTL interfaces with voltage range 4.5 V DC ... 30 V DC • Housing, flange, and shaft made from stainless steel • Enclosure rating IP67 thanks to shaft sealing ring • Designs with blind hollow shaft as well as face mount or square flange with...

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High-resolution, programmable encoder for sophisticated applications High-resolution incremental encoder - durable and programmable • Compact installation depth • High resolution up to 16 bits • Optionally programmable: Output voltage, zero pulse position, zero pulse width and number of pulses • Connection: Radial or axial cable outlet, M23 or M12 connector, axial or radial • Electrical interfaces: 5V & 24V TTL/RS422, 24 V HTL/Push pull • Mechanical interfaces: face mount or servo flange, blind or through hollow shaft • Remote zero set possible • Housing, flange, and shaft made...

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