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Motor Technology - GEL2443
request details Miniature kit encoder for high-speed spindle applications

 

 

 

 

MiniCoders are designed for installation in drives as an alternative to the conventional encoders.

 

They are contact-less and are equipped with a magnetic scanning system which, in conjunction with a toothed wheel as measuring scale, permit the measurement of rotary motion. This solution is exceptionally space-saving.

 

The sensor elements, the magnet and the integrated electronic system are incorporated in state-of-the-art micro system technology and are fully encapsulated. The design together with subsequent circuitry ensures an electrically and mechanically robust product.

 

 

advantages

 

MiniCoders are dew-point proof, do not wear and are insensitive to dirt, shock and vibration. The measuring scales can be so designed that every machine geometry can be accommodated (interior and exterior diameter, impulse number). MiniCoders require no maintenance and thus have a low cost of ownership. This extremely flexible system offers you not only long term reliability but also solutions to gain a competitive edge.

 

The incremental encoders are used to convert rotary motion into electrical impulses.

 

    GEL2443 in operation on a high-speed spindle

 

 

technical data

 

  GEL 2443
 

Description / technical features

Very compact (37.5 x 18.5 mm) for precision applications. Output frequency up to 200 kHz, with reference signal, for motor speeds up to 70,000 rpm. "Safety integrated" for Siemens NC-control, compatible with nearly all input interfaces with Sine/Cosine Interpolation.

Motion detection

rotary
Max. air gap 0.15 mm

Modul M / pitch P

M = 0.3 up to 0.5
Frequency range 0 ... 200 kHz

Measuring scale

measuring toothed-wheel

Temperature range

-40 ... + 120 C

Protection class

IP 68

Ex protection

-

Supply voltage

5 V DC

Fields of application

Mounting in motors, gears, high-speed- and main spindles, elevators, printing presses, pumps, etc.

Output signals

 

Sine wave 1 Vpp