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Motor feedback systems rotary incremental with commutation

Shock- and vibration-resistant: perfect for installation in synchronous motors

For a reversal of the direction of current, the polarity of synchronous motors used to be reversed via so-called brushes Current reversal is required for continual rotary motion.

With the introduction of brushless motors, incremental motor feedback systems with commutation tracks have taken on this task. The mechanical commutation, which is very much prone to wear, is no longer required. This makes brushless synchronous motors practically maintenance-free.

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Product family CFS50
High performance in the proven mechanical design
  • Output driver for incremental and commutation signals as per EIA 422
  • Resolution of up to 65,536 lines per revolution
  • Commutation signals up to 32 pole pairs
  • Temperature range from –20 °C to +115 °C
  • Various mechanical interfaces
Product family CKS36
Shock- and vibration-resistant: perfect for installation in electric motors
  • Output driver for incremental and commutation signals as per EIA 422
  • Resolution of up to 2,048 lines per revolution
  • Commutation signals up to 32 pole pairs
  • Individual programming of the line count, pole pair number and zero pulse width
  • High resistance to shock and vibration
  • System compensates for eccentricity errors due to holistic scanning
  • Allows for high angular speeds

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