Motor feedback systems rotary HIPERFACE DSL®

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    • Safety-related parameters
      Test rate1 h
    • Performance
      Resolution per revolution23 bit
      Number of the absolute ascertainable revolutions4,096
      Signal noise (σ)± 2 ″
      System accuracy± 50 ″
      Speed when switching on/resetting the motor feedback system≤ 6,000 min⁻¹
      Available memory area8,192 Byte
      Measurement step per revolution8,388,608
      Measurement principleOptical
    • Interfaces
      Code sequenceIncreasing, when turning the shaft For clockwise rotation, looking in direction “A” (see dimensional drawing)
      Communication interfaceHIPERFACE DSL®
      Initialization timeMax. 500 ms 1)
      Measurement external temperature resistance

      32-bit value, without prefix (1 Ω) 0 ... 209.600 Ω


      • 1) From reaching a permitted operating voltage.
      • 2) Without sensor tolerance; at −17 °C ... +167 °C: NTC +-2K (103 GT); PTC+-3K (KTY84/130/PT1000).
    • Electrical data
      Connection typeMale connector, 4-pin
      Supply voltage7 V ... 12 V
      Warm-up time voltage rampMax. 180 ms 1)
      Power consumption≤ 150 mA 2)
      Output frequency for the digital positionvalue0 kHz ... 75 kHz
      MTTF: mean time to dangerous failure145 years (EN ISO 13849) 3)
      • 1) Duration of the voltage ramp between 0 and 7.0 V, see diagram “Current consumption” in the diagram section.
      • 2) Current rating applies when using interface circuit suggestions as shown in HIPERFACE DSL ® manual (8017595).
      • 3) This product is a standard product and does not constitute a safety component as defined in the Machinery Directive. Calculation based on nominal load of components, average ambient temperature 60°C, frequency of use 8760 h/a. All electronic failures are considered hazardous. For more information, see document no. 8015532.
    • Mechanical data
      Shaft versionTapered shaft
      Flange type / stator couplingStator coupling
      DimensionsSee dimensional drawing
      Weight0.2 kg
      Moment of inertia of the rotor10 gcm²
      Operating speed≤ 9,000 min⁻¹
      Angular acceleration≤ 200,000 rad/s²
      Start up torque≤ 0.4 Ncm
      Permissible movement of the drive element, static

      ± 0.1 mm radial

      ± 0.95 mm axial

      Permissible movement of the drive element, dynamic

      ± 0.05 mm radial


      Life of ball bearingsSee diagram 3
    • Ambient data
      Operating temperature range–30 °C ... +120 °C 1)
      Storage temperature range–40 °C ... +120 °C, without package
      Relative humidity/condensation90 %, Condensation not permitted
      Resistance to shocks100 g, 6 ms, 6 ms (according to EN 60068-2-27)
      Frequency range of resistance to vibrations20 g, 10 Hz ... 2,000 Hz (according to EN 60068-2-6)
      EMCAccording to EN 61000-6-2, EN 61000-6-3 and IEC 61326-3-1 2)
      Enclosure ratingIP40, with mating connector inserted and closed cover (acc. to EN 60529-1)
      • 1) The max. internal sensor temperature may not exceed 125 °C. The defined measuring point on the encoder (see dimensional drawing) must be used for measuring the operating temperature. For typical values for self-heating, see diagram 3 (electrical) and diagram 4 (mechanical).
      • 2) EMC according to the listed standards is guaranteed if the motor feedback system with mating plug inserted is connected to the central grounding point of the motor controller via a cable shield. If other screening concepts are used, users must perform their own tests.
    • Classifications
      ECl@ss 5.027270590
      ECl@ss 5.1.427270590
      ECl@ss 6.027270590
      ECl@ss 6.227270590
      ECl@ss 7.027270590
      ECl@ss 8.027270590
      ECl@ss 8.127270590
      ECl@ss 9.027270590
      ECl@ss 10.027273805
      ECl@ss 11.027273901
      ETIM 5.0EC001486
      ETIM 6.0EC001486
      ETIM 7.0EC001486
      ETIM 8.0EC001486
      UNSPSC 16.090141112113

    Technical drawings

    Dimensional drawing
    PIN assignment Supply / Communication pin assignment
    PIN assignment Temperature sensor pin assignment
    Diagrams Electrical self-heating
    Diagrams Power consumption
    Diagrams Mechanical self-heating
    Diagrams Error limits
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