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Information about incremental encoders, absolute encoders, safety encoders,wire draw encoders, and tilt sensors
Encoders are ideal for precise position determination in industrial automation
Waldkirch, January 2017 – Encoders from SICK monitor and secure motion sequences and ensure precise and efficient processes. They will detect the exact speed, revolution, path, or angle of a movement... Read on
Waldkirch, November 2016 – Inclination sensors from SICK’s TMS/TMM family take a non-contact measurement of the inclination angle of an object in relation to the earth's gravity. Thanks to... Read on
SICK encoders and motor feedback systems give the Billy Elliot musical wings
Virtually all system operators need to operate machines efficiently even when batch sizes are small, when products and formats need to be changed frequently, or when packaging varies in terms of design... Read on
The rapid pace of progress in electronics and sensor technology is determining the level of innovation in mobile machines today. The manufacturers and users of agricultural and forestry, construction and... Read on
A garbage truck driver is faced with challenges on a daily basis, including illegally parked cars, narrow roads, irritated motorists, heat, cold, and thunderstorms. It does not have to be like this any... Read on
Mobile platforms are moving automatically or autonomously between different points in the production or logistics environment. To make sure that they find their way diverse sensor solutions for navigation and positioning are necessary
Wanna bet that ... you can use an excavator shovel to place the tone arm of a record player precisely between two songs on a record, or hang up six socks with two excavators in the space of four minutes?... Read on
Waldkirch, March 2018 – SICK underlines its solution competence throughout the entire process chain of intralogistical applications at LogiMAT 2018 (Hall 1, Stand F51) – with complete sensor... Read on
Waldkirch / Hannover, April 2018 – Current innovations are coupled with future-proof sensor and control technologies and aligned upon the current and future requirements of Logistics 4.0 in SICK’s... Read on

Type: Product segment overview

Part number: 8019516

Title: Encoders and Inclination Sensors

Release date: Mar 20, 2019

Size: 1.49 MB

The Tele2 Arena in Stockholm is a stadium with a retractable roof. The benefit for spectators in the stadium and television viewers: There are no shadows on the playing field, when the roof is fully... Read on
Waldkirch, November 2017 – SICK’s range of encoders, inclination, proximity, and ultrasonic sensors, and pressure and level sensors forms the basis for many positioning and detection tasks... Read on
Waldkirch, November 2017 – During its first appearance at Agritechnica, SICK AG will be presenting itself as a supplier of complete sensor solutions for agricultural and forestry machinery. The main... Read on

Type: safety instruction

Part number: 8024553

Title: Safety notes Encoder, Motor feedback systems and inclination sensors

Release date: Nov 6, 2019

Size: 1.46 MB


Type: Special information

Part number: 8016862

Title: Encoder programming solutions

Release date: Nov 30, 2016

Size: 1.23 MB

Maximum precision in dynamic applications
  • Single-axis (360°) and two-axis (+/-90°) inclination sensors based on a six-axis IMU
  • Intelligent sensor fusion filter
  • Highly accurate even with dynamic movements
  • Interfaces: CANopen, SAE J1939
  • Programmable with the PGT-12-Pro
  • Temperature range: −40 °C to +80 °C
  • Shock resistance: 100 g
  • Enclosure rating: IP67/69
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Finnish company Capps Oy has developed an automated storage system for pharmacies that is based on completely new thinking. The machine takes only a fraction of the space of traditional storage but can... Read on
Waldkirch, September 2015 – Sensor solutions for elevators, escalators, and moving sidewalks are the focus of SICK AG's presentation at the interlift 2015 trade fair in Augsburg. With the SRS50,... Read on
The future of the industry is characterized by a marked individualization of products in the context of highly flexible large-volume production. This trend is being spurred on by intelligent monitoring... Read on

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