Encoder for high horsepower electric motor applications

MRI 2850 is bearing-less encoder for high horsepower electric motor applications using vector control. The encoder may be used as a motion feedback solution in applications such as large rotating machinery.

06/27/2016


MRI 2850 is bearing-less encoder for high horsepower electric motor applications using vector control. The encoder may be used as a motion feedback solution in applications such as large rotating machinery. Courtesy: Leine & LindeLeine & Linde's MRI 2850 is bearing-less encoder for high horsepower electric motor applications using vector control. The encoder may be used as a motion feedback solution in applications such as large rotating machinery typically found in the construction, pulp & paper, oil & gas, wind and marine industries. The MRI 2850 is a hardy encoder that offers stable outputs and robust line drivers with a code-wheel securing mechanism. The lightweight aluminum enclosure reduces the effort for installation and is coated to prevent corrosion. Designed for mounting on a NEMA standard 8.5 in C-Face, the sensor technology provides compliant tolerances. One or two independent read-heads can be provided, each with any resolution between 1 and 16383 PPR. The magnetic code-wheel on the MRI 2850 supports shaft sizes from 1 to 4 in without the need for a stub shaft. Magnet material is permanently covered with a stainless steel shield so that damage from mechanical contact is eliminated.

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