Incremental encoder for IO system

The Speedway IP67 I/O-System by Wago has an HTL Incremental Encoder/Counter module designed to evaluate encoders at 24 V signal levels in harsh environments.

07/31/2013


The Speedway IP67 I/O-System by Wago has an HTL Incremental Encoder/Counter module designed to evaulate encoders at 24 V signal levels in harsh environments. Courtesy: Wago CorporationWago Corporation's machine-mountable Speedway 767-5202 evaluates incremental encoders and SSI absolute encoders at 24 V signal levels in harsh environments. It also provides a counting function for binary signals up to 250 kHZ. This makes it ideal for counting motor revolutions in applications such as top drives, line shafts or motion-intensive machinery found in food processing and packaging. 

The Speedway 767-5202 provides two 8-pole M12 encoder ports. Channel configuration options include: Type of evaluation and sensor, output format, filters, inversion, latch, gate, preset, cam, simulation and limits. 767-5202 also has two 5-pole M12 ports with four configurable digital inputs/outputs for sensors and actuators. Two of these channels can serve as pulse-width-modulated outputs, with the 100 Hzā€“10 kHz clock frequency having a pulse-width repetition rate of 0ā€“100%. Users may set previously defined outputs directly as a function of counter readings.

The 767-5202 is configurable via fieldbus-independent FDT/DTM, or via fieldbus-dependent device descriptions (such as GSD or GSDML). It is programmable via USB interface integrated into the fieldbus coupler, or directly via fieldbus (not applicable to Ethernet-based couplers).

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