Magnetic incremental encoders

  • 06-Oct-2009 03:23 EDT
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Baumer's MOR 90 and MOR 105 magnetic incremental encoders offer speed and position control on electric motors, drives, gearboxes, and conveyors. Measuring 14-mm (0.55-in) thick, the flange-style encoders are virtually unnoticeable when positioned between the motor and the gearbox and have little effect on the overall size of the assembly. The MOR 90 measures 90-mm (3.5-in) in diameter and fits drives with bore diameters of 11 and 14 mm (0.43 and 0.55 in). The MOR 105 has a 105-mm (4.13-in) diameter and fits drives with bore diameters of 9, 11, and 14 mm (0.35, 0.43, and 0.55 in). Bores on both encoders can be affixed to B-side motor shafts using tolerance rings for simple and easy assembly. Since the motor’s magnetic field will not affect the encoder’s magnetic sensing circuitry, MOR 90 and MOR 105 encoders deliver clean, consistent square wave signals at all times. 

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