Motor feedback systems rotary incremental

Incremental motor feedback systems are measuring systems that record the position, the direction of rotation and the speed of electric motors. The number of lines per revolution determines the resolution. The position is determined with a reference traverse. The position is then mapped as a result of the pulses being counted.

Incremental motor feedback systems are mainly used for speed control.

They are mechanically and electrically ideally suited for asynchronous motors. All the common electrical interfaces are available.

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  • TTL, HTL or sine 0.5 Vpp interfaces
  • Resolution of up to 65,536 lines per revolution
  • Individual programming of the interface, line count and of the zero pulse
  • Direct programming via RS485
  • Excellent concentricity through large distance between the ball bearings
  • Extremely rugged
  • Protection class IP65
  • Mechanical flexibility through blind hollow shaft and through hollow shafts with diameters of 8 to 15 mm, available with various torque supports
  • Temperature range from –30 °C to +100 °C
  • Insulated shaft connection through plastic collar possible