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  • Low Cost Magnetic Encoders Solve Encoder Problems for Motor Manufacturers
    The sensor/rotor gap was extremely small, often less than 0.010", requiring precise adjustments and mounting. Old magnetic encoders were subject to "sensor crashes". Avtron's Wide-Gap technology in the THIN-LINE products (M56, M67, M85, M115) eliminates this problem, as does the self-adjusting gap
  • Magnetic Alternative to Optical Encoding
    Incremental encoders using magnetic technologies have been around a long time. Because of their robust nature, automotive designers have been using Low Resolution Magnetic Encoders for years in demanding applications that include antilock braking, transmission speed, ignition timing along
  • Here Come Low-Power Encoders
    in digital calipers and adapted to position encoding a few years ago. CUI says one point in its favor is that capacitive technology can be inherently less expensive than optical or magnetic encoders. The CUI encoder has also been incorporated as an option for position encoding in the product lineup of motor
  • Renishaw Encoders Ride a Controlled Explosion
    1995 cc, the KTM Dragster does the quarter mile in 6.7 seconds at a terminal velocity of 316 kmh. Helping tame the KTM's (barely) controlled explosion is a brace of "bomb proof" Renishaw RM22 compact, high-speed rotary magnetic encoders. Take a 360kg motorcycle with an absurd power output, a fearless
  • ifm introduces new, intelligent incremental encoders for industrial applications
    ifm's new, intelligent PerformanceLine encoders are extremely versatile due to their programmable resolution, selectable output signal and IO-Link compatibility. Our encoders use magnetic technology, providing the accuracy of traditional optical glass encoders with the robustness of magnetic
  • Re-Inventing the Rotary Encoder: The No-Compromise IXARC from POSITAL
    response, but are relatively bulky and can. be unreliable in damp or dusty conditions. Magnetic encoders are typically more. compact and rugged, but until now, have offered lower levels of precision and dynamic. response. POSITAL has eliminated the need for compromise by developing a new generation
  • Innovative Encoders for Demanding Applications (.pdf)
    As tools for measuring rotary motion in machinery, magnetic rotary encoders have a lot to offer. They are compact, robust and relatively inexpensive. For these reasons, simple magnetic rotation detection devices are often used in high-volume applications such as anti-lock braking systems for motor
  • Encoder helps drag bike hook up and go
    contain a small, diametrically polarized magnet and a custom ASIC with an array of Hall-effect sensors. The sensors generate a voltage when exposed to a magnetic flux field. The ASIC detects the changing magnetic field and cancels any magnetic interference. The encoders come in seven to 13-bit models
  • Industrial encoder integrates bearing and sensor functions
    resist corrosion in washdown, steam cleaning, and contaminated environments. The units work on the principle of the Hall effect. Hall sensors are solid-state powered devices that provide an output signal proportional to the strength of a nearby magnetic field. A magnetic pulser ring with alternating

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