Multiturn encoder for compact integration

Kübler's Sendix F5883 Motor-Line multiturn encoder features an optical hollow shaft encoder with a mounting depth of 43 mm and is designed to be insensitive to magnetic fields.

07/04/2016


Kübler's Sendix F5883 Motor-Line multiturn encoder features an optical hollow shaft encoder with a mounting depth of 43 mm and is 100% insensitive to magnetic fields. Courtesy: KüblerKübler's Sendix F5883 Motor-Line multiturn encoder features an optical hollow shaft encoder with a mounting depth of 43 mm and is designed to be insensitive to magnetic fields. It features a wide range of interfaces such as SSI, BiSS, SinCos, RS422 and Push-Pull for flexible connection to frequency converters. Its robust bearing structure in safety-lock design helps makes the encoder resistant to installation errors, shocks and vibrations. It is available with a through hollow shaft of up to 15 mm and clamping on the A and on the B side. Therefore, it is the optimal solution for all usual geared motor drive shafts. The reduced installation depth of 43 mm, combined with a tangential cable outlet, makes the encoder easy to install in tight mounting spaces, and is optimal for compact integration.

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