Magnetic Incremental Encoder Relishes Rough Terrain

ASM introduces posirot PMIS4/PMIR7, a non-contact, wear-free magnetic incremental encoder designed to withstand harsh environmental conditions and offers a unique simple slide-on shaft assembly.

 

The measuring system posirot PMIS4/PMIR7 consists of a PMIS4 sensor head and a PMIR7 magnetic ring with magnetic index mark. The sensor head is made of a robust metal and is fully enclosed on all sides. The magnetic ring is available in three different diameters (27, 35 or 50 mm) to fit various shaft sizes. The magnetic ring is mounted directly onto a machine or motor shaft without a coupling utilizing a patented slide-on mounting solution.

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The sensor provides a linearity of ±0.1° and a resolution of 184,320 pulses per revolution. The distance between the sensor head and the magnetic ring can be up to 2 mm. The sensor has protection class IP67 and operates reliably in temperatures from -40°C to +85°C. Available output types are HTL and TTL. For more details, visit ASM Sensors.

 

ASM Sensors, Inc.

Elmhurst, IL

630-832-3202

www.asmsensors.com  

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