Linear motor feedback systems

Linear motor feedback systems are a mixture of incremental and absolute encoders, combining the advantages of both encoder types. Using highly linear sine and cosine signals enables the high resolution necessary for speed regulation to be achieved through interpolation in the drive. The sine and cosine signals are generated in a read head with integrated evaluation electronics which is led across a measuring distance without touching it.

The systems are used wherever high traversing speeds and simple mounting determine the requirements for a reliable measuring system.

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  • Absolute measurement system for linear direct drives
  • Measuring lengths: up to 16,384 mm
  • High traversing speeds: up to 10 m/s
  • Status LED
  • Non-contact measurement system; reading distance to the magnetic tape: up to 0.8 mm
  • Electronic type label
  • ETL70 with one cable technology thanks to the HIPERFACE DSL® interface
  • STL70 with HIPERFACE® interface
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  • Non-contact absolute position and speed recording
  • With HIPERFACE® or SSI interface
  • Measurement lengths of up to 4 m
  • For high traversing speeds of up to 10 m/s
  • Reliable measurements, even in the event of contamination and condensation on the magnetic tape
  • Small, compact read head
  • Certified according to SIL2 and PL d (HIPERFACE® interface)
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  • Absolute, non-contact, wear-free length measurement system for linear motors
  • Measured lengths of up to 1 m
  • Suitable for high traverse speeds of up to 10 m/s
  • Reliable location positioning even in the event of condensation and contamination of the magnetic tape
  • Electronic type label and programming of the position value
  • Absolute location positioning, no reference run
  • HIPERFACE® interface
  • Certified according to SIL2 and PL d
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