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Magnetic ring encoders

Aug. 1, 2010
PMIR7 Series Posirot incremental magnetic ring encoders come in three sizes to accommodate 27, 35, and 50-mm shafts.

PMIR7 Series Posirot incremental magnetic ring encoders come in three sizes to accommodate 27, 35, and 50-mm shafts.

Features & benefits

  • 184,320 pulses/rev with quadrature encoder read head, PMIS4 Series; noncontact operation

  • Magnetoresistive read head, PMIS4, and a PMIR7 dual-channel magnetic ring; sensor head enclosed in metal housing, generates standard A, B, Z pulses for quadrature detection with reference mark

  • Housing shields EMC interference, thermal overload; IP67 enclosure; -40 to 85° C operation

ASM Sensors Inc.

(630) 832-3202
asmsensors.com

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