Multi-Turn Absolute Encoders Focus On Smart Industrial Applications

(Sensata Technologies)

Sensata Technologies’ MHM5 and MHK5 absolute multi-turn encoders provide either Ethernet/IP or ProfiNet interfaces for Factory 4.0 applications. To provide additional design flexibility, these encoders are available in either shafted (MHM5) or blind shaft (MHK5) configurations.

 

Model MH encoders provide up to 16 bits per turn and 14 bits of turns counting. The compact packaging allows these encoders to be easily integrated into existing designs while a wide operating temperature range (-40°C to +85°C) and an IP65 rating makes them suitable for most any industrial application.

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Included in the design is a geared turns counter that is immune to electrical or magnetic interference. In addition, these encoders feature reverse polarity and short circuit protection as standard. For deeper insights, peruse the datasheets.

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