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World’s smallest absolute multi-turn encoder
1st Quarter 2017, Other technologies


Modern industrial applications demand innovative designs featuring high performance, precise information and smaller component footprints. Scancon, represented locally by Instrotech, has developed the world’s smallest absolute multi-turn encoder with SSI interface. Based on new advanced electronics and mechanics, this high quality, technically sophisticated encoder was developed by Scancon’s engineering team and represents the first step into a new world of automation possibilities.

Scancon designed this encoder to provide a compact, high performance solution for motion control applications where space is critical and features a 24 mm diameter size with multi-turn SSI capability. No other encoder on the market offers this solution.

The Model 2RMHF absolute multi-turn encoder features:

• Ø24 mm footprint.

• SSI interface.

• Multi- or single-turn.

• Hollow blind end or shaft Ø3 mm to Ø6.35 mm.

• Preset of zero position.

• Choice of counting direction.

• Enclosure rating IP64 to IP67.

• Cable or connector version.

Potential applications include automated machinery, pitch and yaw control, small AC motor feedback, wind turbines, packaging machines, robotics, ROVs and AGVs, solar trackers and automated doors.

For more information contact Instrotech, +27 (0)10 595 1831, sales@instrotech.co.za, www.instrotech.co.za


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Supplied By: Instrotech
Tel: +27 10 595 1831
Fax: +27 11 462 1958
Email: online@instrotech.co.za
www: www.instrotech.co.za
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