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Broadcom Energy Harvesting Multi-Turn Absolute Encoders for Closed Loop Motor Systems

Join this webinar to learn about absolute encoders, and why Broadcom’s energy harvesting encoder is well suited to applications with modern closed-loop motor systems.

Date: June 9, 2020
Time: 9 AM EDT (6 AM PDT / 3:00 PM CEST)
Duration: 1 hour
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The rotary feedback encoder market for servo motor control has seen increasing growth especially for absolute encoders that incorporate a multi-turn counter. Having a compact size is imperative for the expanded adoption of energy harvesting multi-turn (EHMT) encoders in servo motor systems, away from traditional gear-based or battery back-up multi-turn solutions.

This webinar details the working concept of energy harvesting encoders, and how they are well suited to applications such as robotics with Broadcom´s various types of EHMT encoders.

Attendees will learn about the compact sized, full magnetic AS33-M42M EHMT encoders that are ideal as an alternative to optical encoders, as well as high-performance single-turn AS38 and AS35 encoders.

Key Takeaways

  • Learn the basics of energy harvesting absolute encoders
  • Find out about Broadcom's portfolio of energy harvesting encoders - combined with an optical or magnetic single turn module or housed encoder
  • Check out Broadcom's new product - the AS33-M42M full magnetic based encoder


Vladan Mitov, Field Applications Engineer, Industrial Products, Broadcom Inc

Vladan Mitov started his applications career with Senis AG and Ametes AG in 2007, where he worked five years as an applications and research and development engineer in charge of low noise Hall effect devices and current sensors based on Hall effect devices.

In 2012, he joined Avago Technologies (now Broadcom Inc) as an application engineer and is now responsible for Industrial products. Vladan has been instrumental in setting many new designs and initiatives that helped grow the industrial products business.

Vladan Mitov holds a master´s degree (Dip.Ing) in electrical and electronic engineering from the University of Nis - Electronics Faculty in Serbia.