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ROD 1930 Rotary Encoder

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The ROD 1930 rotary encoder from Heidenhain Corp. has rugged bearings to withstand radial and axial shaft loads of 200 and 150 N, respectively, in mechanically demanding motion-control environments. The shaft load was determined at a maximal permissible speed of 4000 min rpm during a period of 20,000 h.

Available with a high-threshold logic output, the encoder can be connected to many standard programmable logic controllers for use in heavy-duty industries such as paper, crane and material handling.

The device comes in aluminum housing with a 120-mm diameter and is available with a single- or double-ended shaft of 15 mm, with feather key. Cables are connected on top of the housing through a terminal box that can face in four directions to provide various mounting configurations. Available mounting accessories include shaft couplings, bearing housings and adapter flanges.

Photonics Spectra
Nov 2013

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