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  • Measuring range: 50 to 2,500 mm (for MAX48N and MAX48A) or 1,500 (for MAX30N), 1 mm increments, typical resolution 0.1 mm
  • Analog, CANopen, SAE J1939 and PWM interfaces are available
  • Pressure-resistant housing, designed for hydraulic operating pressures of up to 400 bar
  • High operating temperature (electronics) up to +105 °C
  • Fluid temperature (hydraulic oil) up to max. +95 °C
  • Compact dimensions: 10 mm installation space, 30 mm cushion zone
  • Position magnet does not need a spacer disk
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Linear encoders detect linear movements as absolute position values without making contact. No reference run is required for the wear- and maintenance-free encoders. Different constructions with high resolution and rugged design enable use in a wide range of applications and industries.

There is an increase in the demand for linear sensors for mobile automation in general and even more so for hydraulically driven machines. But the quantitative aspect is just one side of the story. More... Read on

Linear encoders are used for non-contact length measurement and position determination. A read head scans a code pattern or the magnetic field of a magnetic scale and outputs the corresponding electric signal.

Code patterns allow rotary or linear encoders to monitor position, angle, and speed. The tick marks or codes are inscribed as digital patterns on a glass, metal or plastic disc. These marks or codes are scanned using a light source. Encoders with optical scanning typically have higher resolutions than magnetic encoders.

   
Encoders are ideal for precise position determination in industrial automation

For position determination, linear encoders require measuring elements that must be installed along the entire measuring path. The code pattern is formed by different magnetizations that are scanned by magnetic sensors in the read head.

Position, angle and speed monitoring for rotary or linear encoders using LEDs, code patterns and photodiodes. The tick marks (on incremental encoders) or codes (on absolute encoders) are inscribed as digital patterns on a glass, metal or plastic disc and are scanned using a light source (light emitting diode) and photo-diodes. Encoders with optical scanning typically have higher resolutions than encoders that use magnetic scanning.

Position, angle and speed monitoring for rotary or linear encoders using permanent magnets and corresponding evaluation units to measure the magnet field. Encoders with magnetic scanning typically have lower resolutions than encoders that use optical scanning.

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Information about incremental encoders, absolute encoders, safety encoders,wire draw encoders, and tilt sensors
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Motor feedback systems in the drive deliver data on speed and position and build the foundation of sensors for all robot movements
Linear encoders
MAX®
  • Type: 30 mm 31f7 for IN cylinder mounting – cylinder bore hole 31H8
  • Cable connection direction: Radial
  • Pipe diameter / Damping zone / End cap: 7 mm / 30 mm / Flat/M6 threaded stud
  • Supply voltage: 24 V DC (8 ... 32 V DC)
  • Communication interface: Analog / Current
  • Connection type: Connecting cable, 3-wire, 1,000 mm
  • Measuring range: 0 mm ... 130 mm
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Linear encoders
MAX®
  • Type: 30 mm 31f7 for IN cylinder mounting – cylinder bore hole 31H8
  • Cable connection direction: Radial
  • Pipe diameter / Damping zone / End cap: 7 mm / 30 mm / Flat/M6 threaded stud
  • Supply voltage: 24 V DC (8 ... 32 V DC)
  • Communication interface: Analog / Current
  • Connection type: Male connector, M12 type S (20x20 mm), 4-pin
  • Measuring range: 0 mm ... 60 mm
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Linear encoders
MAX®
  • Type: 30 mm 31f7 for IN cylinder mounting – cylinder bore hole 31H8
  • Cable connection direction: Radial
  • Pipe diameter / Damping zone / End cap: 7 mm / 30 mm / Flat/M6 threaded stud
  • Supply voltage: 24 V DC (8 ... 32 V DC)
  • Communication interface: Analog / Voltage
  • Connection type: Male connector, M12 type S (20x20 mm), 4-pin
  • Measuring range: 0 mm ... 200 mm
  • Output signal: 0.5 V DC ... 4.5 V DC
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Linear encoders
MAX®
  • Type: 30 mm 31f7 for IN cylinder mounting – cylinder bore hole 31H8
  • Cable connection direction: Radial
  • Pipe diameter / Damping zone / End cap: 7 mm / 30 mm / Flat/M6 threaded stud
  • Supply voltage: 24 V DC (8 ... 32 V DC)
  • Communication interface: Analog / Voltage
  • Connection type: Male connector, M12 type S (20x20 mm), 4-pin
  • Measuring range: 0 mm ... 200 mm
  • Output signal: 0.5 V DC ... 4.5 V DC
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Linear encoders
MAX®
  • Type: 48 mm 48f7 for IN cylinder mounting – cylinder bore hole 48H8
  • Cable connection direction: Axial
  • Pipe diameter / Damping zone / End cap: 10 mm / 30 mm / Flat/M6 threaded stud
  • Supply voltage: 24 V DC (8 ... 32 V DC)
  • Communication interface: Analog / Current
  • Connection type: Male connector, M12 type L (24x24 mm), 4-pin
  • Measuring range: 0 mm ... 105 mm
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Linear encoders
MAX®
  • Type: 48 mm 48f7 for IN cylinder mounting – cylinder bore hole 48H8
  • Cable connection direction: Axial
  • Pipe diameter / Damping zone / End cap: 10 mm / 30 mm / Flat/M6 threaded stud
  • Supply voltage: 24 V DC (8 ... 32 V DC)
  • Communication interface: Analog / Current
  • Connection type: Male connector, M12 type L (24x24 mm), 4-pin
  • Measuring range: 0 mm ... 125 mm
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Linear encoders
MAX®
  • Type: 48 mm 48f7 for IN cylinder mounting – cylinder bore hole 48H8
  • Cable connection direction: Axial
  • Pipe diameter / Damping zone / End cap: 10 mm / 30 mm / Flat/M6 threaded stud
  • Supply voltage: 24 V DC (8 ... 32 V DC)
  • Communication interface: Analog / Current
  • Connection type: Male connector, M12 type L (24x24 mm), 4-pin
  • Measuring range: 0 mm ... 250 mm
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Linear encoders
MAX®
  • Type: 48 mm 48f7 for IN cylinder mounting – cylinder bore hole 48H8
  • Cable connection direction: Axial
  • Pipe diameter / Damping zone / End cap: 10 mm / 30 mm / Flat/M6 threaded stud
  • Supply voltage: 24 V DC (8 ... 32 V DC)
  • Communication interface: Analog / Current
  • Connection type: Male connector, M12 type L (24x24 mm), 4-pin
  • Measuring range: 0 mm ... 1,065 mm
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Linear encoders
MAX®
  • Type: 48 mm 48f7 for IN cylinder mounting – cylinder bore hole 48H8
  • Cable connection direction: Axial
  • Pipe diameter / Damping zone / End cap: 10 mm / 30 mm / Flat/M6 threaded stud
  • Supply voltage: 24 V DC (8 ... 32 V DC)
  • Communication interface: Analog / Current
  • Connection type: Male connector, M12 type L (24x24 mm), 4-pin
  • Measuring range: 0 mm ... 405 mm
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Linear encoders
MAX®
  • Type: 48 mm 48f7 for IN cylinder mounting – cylinder bore hole 48H8
  • Cable connection direction: Axial
  • Pipe diameter / Damping zone / End cap: 10 mm / 30 mm / Flat/M6 threaded stud
  • Supply voltage: 24 V DC (8 ... 32 V DC)
  • Communication interface: Analog / Current
  • Connection type: Male connector, M12 type L (24x24 mm), 4-pin
  • Measuring range: 0 mm ... 428 mm
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