Multi-turn angle sensors with stainless steel shaft

Novotechnik's RMB 3600 series of absolute multi-turn angle sensors are non-contact sensors with galvanized steel housing and stainless steel shaft with up to 100 N working shaft load.

10/04/2016


Novotechnik's RMB 3600 series of absolute multi-turn angle sensors are non-contact sensors with galvanized steel housing and stainless steel shaft with up to 100 N working shaft load. Courtesy: NovotechnikNovotechnik's RMB 3600 series of absolute multi-turn angle sensors are non-contact sensors with galvanized steel housing and stainless steel shaft with up to 100 N working shaft load for HD version. RMB 3600 Series sensors are enhanced giant magnetic resistance (EGMR) devices that are designed to count turns even when power is removed and retain the turn count and angle information for years without power. It has a 36.5 mm profile, count to 16 turns, angular position 0 to 5,760-deg, resolution to 18-bit (SSI)/16-bit for other outputs, repeatability of 0.5-deg or better, and typical independent linearity of ±0.03% F.S. at 16 turns. One and two channel versions are offered. Output options are: 0.1 to 10 V, 4 to 20 mA, and 10 to 90% of power supply and SSI. The RMB 3600 Series is available in connector or cable versions as well as 5 and 24 V supply models and have an operating temperature range of -30 to 85 C. They are also designed to withstand shock to 50 g and and vibration to 20 g.

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