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High precision encoders both exposed and sealed

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High precision encoders both exposed and sealed

DALATEC'S DESIGN AND ENGINEERING CAPABILITY IN COLLABORATION WITH RSF ELEKTRONIK OF AUSTRIA TO PROVIDE YOU WITH BOTH SEALED AND EXPOSED LINEAR ENCODERS.

Sealed linear encoders are suitable for use in applications which demand a high level of precision and efficiency despite harsh conditions including coolant and lubricant ingress or soiling by shavings, filings or dust.  Linear encoders are used in very harsh environments and utilize methods of extra protection (IP 64) beyond the sealed unit´s standard set of sealing lips.

Dalatec can supply you with a wide variety of sealed encoders from the miniturized system MSA 170 to systems with robust housings like the MSA 35x series both shown below.

MSA 170

MSA 350

 

 

 

 

Increasing requirements in today's motion control applications ask for high-precision exposed linear encoder systems. This is driven by steadily increasing demands for higher traversing speed, higher operating cycles, lower mechanical backlash and zero frictional force induced by the encoder. Only exposed, non-contact encoders fulfill all these requirements. Exposed encoders are optimized and commonly used in clean environments.

MS15

Several models are available in this category including the MS15.  This is an exposed linear encoder with singlefield scanning. It features easy mounting, high traversing speeds, integrated subdividing electronics in the encoder head with Two independent switch signals (optical) for individual special functions

 

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