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Rotary Encoders Incremental/Absolute Linear Encoders Motor Feedback Systems

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Description of the pictograms Rotary Encoders linear Encoders incremental Encoders Absolute Wire Draw Encoders Absolute Encoders Singleturn incremental Wire Draw Encoders Absolute Encoders Multiturn Non-contact linear Encoders Motor Feedback Systems interface Adapter Modules for the following interfaces incremental Motor Feedback Systems Motor Feedback Systems with HiPERFAcE® Singleturn/Multiturn linear Motor Feedback Systems with HiPERFAcE® Incremental Encoders Absolute Encoders Rotary Encoders What is the difference between ...? incremental linear Encoders • Measures lengths between A and...

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SICK is a technological and market leader in sensor technology. With our headquarter in Waldkirch in south-west G ­ ermany and more than 5,000 employees in almost 50 subsidiaries, numerous representatives and holdings, we have a worldwide ­ resence p – ­ and have had for many decades. Innovation SICK achieves product innovation by means of consistent development. Five development sites in Germany and a total of seven other sites all over the world turn a need into a sensor solution that is right for the market because it i ­ncreases efficiency. SICK is large enough to be independent – but...

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The company and what you get from it We help to increase your efficiency As a leading manufacturer of sensors and sensor s ­ olutions for industrial applications, we are familiar with the processes in our customers’ organisations – and we are particularly familiar with the high r ­ equirements they place.

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The focus and how you profit from it We give you safety SICK concentrates strictly on the development and production of sensors for factory, logistics and process automation. The result is innovative, powerful products and product systems that give our customers the highest possible safety and make possible increased quality.

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Business Areas Openness Behind the success is a concept. At SICK this is: All sensors in principle work in any automation scenario. This ­ penness provides our customers with maximum o freedom and ­ reates the best possible safety. c Factory automation Logistics automation • Non-contact detecting, counting, classifying and positioning of any type of object • Detection of shape, position and surface differences • Accident protection and personal safety using sensors, safety software and services • Automated identification with b ­ arcode and RFID reading devices for sorting and target...

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The customer sectors and how we view them We are familiar with your p ­ rocesses Sensors from SICK form the basis for all a ­ utomation in industry, irrespective of how the process works in detail or which products are manufactured. For this reason in particular: as a development partner for industry, it is crucial for our success that we are fully familiar with the production steps in every sector. Automotive industry Every sector has different requirements. Depending on the type of automation, in some cases flexibility is required, in others speed. Our holistic view of optimisation...

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Industrial Sectors With comprehensive know-how SICK sees every detail in automated production and in handling. Perfectly matched sensors give plant operators safety and meet the high requirements on hygiene. When storing and moving goods the issue is not just the highest possible speed. The topic of safety includes the prevention of collisions as well as the exclusion of hazards for man and machinery.

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Rotary Encoders Angle, position, revolutions: encoders are unbeatable, where accurate position determination is required. • Incremental Encoders • Absolute Encoders Singleturn and Multiturn

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SICK-STEGMANN – a SICK Group company With customer-oriented products, SICK-STEGMANN has been an indispensable partner in industry for over five decades. Complex, high-tech Encoders and Motor Feedback Systems meet customer requirements in the best ways possible. Benefit from our extensive know-how in many different applications: for speed and position measurement in electric drive technology, with maximum precision. Linear Encoders Motor Feedback Systems High-resolution position measurement systems for linear applications. Non-contact length measurement systems for measured lengths up to...

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Description of the pictograms Rotary Encoders Linear Encoders Incremental Encoders Absolute Wire Draw Encoders Absolute Encoders Singleturn Incremental Wire Draw Encoders Absolute Encoders Multiturn Non-Contact Linear Encoders Motor Feedback Systems Interface Adapter Modules for the f ­ ollowing interfaces Incremental Motor Feedback Systems Motor Feedback Systems with HIPERFACE® Singleturn/Multiturn Linear Motor Feedback Systems with HIPERFACE® What is the difference between ...? Incremental • Counts pulses from 1 to n • Reference run (zero pulse) necessary to obtain a ­ bsolute ­ osition...

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Linear Encoders Linear Encoders Absolute Encoders Wire Draw Encoders Incremental Encoders Non-Contact Linear Encoders Rotary Encoders Rotary Encoders Incremental Encoders Incremental Motor Feedback Systems Motor Feedback Systems Interface Adapter Module Incremental Motor Feedback Systems Motor Feedback Systems with HIPERFACE® Motor Feedback Systems Linear Motor Feedback Systems with HIPERFACE®

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Selection Guide Rotary Encoders Should an absolute p ­ osition always be measured? Which Interface connection is required? >> 2 or more pulses/ >> TTL (5 V)to 30 V) pulses HTL (10 >> Parallel data word >> SSI data word >> Bus connectivity, data word >> Up to 40 mm What is the maximum d ­ iameter available? >> Up to 60 mm >> Up to 90 mm mount >> Face shaft flange solid What type of mounting shaft is required? >> Servo flange solid shaft >> Blind hollow shaft >> Through hollow shaft >> Measuring wheel Is a shaft diameter > 16 mm required? What resolution is required (pulses/steps)? Absolute...

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