Absolute rotary encoder CEV84
solid-shaftstainless steelrugged

absolute rotary encoder
absolute rotary encoder
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Characteristics

Type
absolute
Construction
solid-shaft
Material
stainless steel
Protection level
rugged
Applications
industrial
Other characteristics
compact

Description

Optically or magnetically scanning rotary encoders from TR-Electronic precisely detect positions in steel production, wind turbines, cranes and ships etc. and, when explosion protected, in painting plants. Miniature versions ensure the correct position in medical engineering and SIL3 approved absolute encoders provide for the necessary safety. In addition to high-quality encoders for almost any application, we offer extensive accessories such as programming tools, displays and assembly components for quick and easy commissioning and seamless process integration. CEV84 Stainless steel encoder for aggressive environmental conditions: direct interfaces, field bus, Industrial Ethernet Advantages _ Acid-resistant _ Delivery completely mounted _ Especially for rotary encoders _ Interface variety _ Rugged construction _ Salt-resistant _ Shipping, paper industry _ With customized encoder type Advanced data for product INOX Protective Housing ***84, MP01 Housing - Material - Stainless steel 1.4305 X12 Cr NiS 18 08 / 18 9 Maximum Speed, mechanically <= 3000 1/min Shaft load, axial/radial <= 40 N, = 3.9E+10 revolutions Bearing life time - Parameter - Speed 3000 1/min - Operating temperature 60 °C - Shaft load, axial/radial <= 20 N, <= 30 N Point of origin, shaft load at the shaft end Shaft type - Shaft diameter [mm] 6 - Shaft diameter [mm] 10 - Shaft diameter [mm] 12 Angular acceleration <= 10E+4 rad/s² Moment of inertia, typically 2.5E-6 kg m² Start-up torque, 20 °C 3 Ncm Mass, typically 1.5 kg…2.5 kg
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