Switch for drive technology

Digital speed switch DS 93 uses a microprocessor to evaluate the pulses from rotary encoders and switches, passing up to three programmable speed thresholds, either in the rising or falling direction.

By Control Engineering Staff February 2, 2004

Digital speed switch DS 93 uses a microprocessor to evaluate the pulses from rotary encoders and switches, passing up to three programmable speed thresholds, either in the rising or falling direction. Parameter setting is reportedly easy, permitting use of positive, negative or both directions, making the device optimal for a wide range of drive applications. Entire line of switches helps ensure safety and also handle speed monitoring in linked systems. They are available with one or three adjustable limit speeds and draw power for the electrical circuitry from either the motion itself or from an external source.

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