Pepperl+Fuchs introduces CVM42H CANopen absolute encoders | Automation.com

Pepperl+Fuchs introduces CVM42H CANopen absolute encoders

December 132015
Pepperl+Fuchs introduces CVM42H CANopen absolute encoders

December 13, 2015 - Pepperl+Fuchs introduces CVM42H CANopen absolute encoders that feature a stainless steel housing, flange and shaft to ensure long service life under extreme operating conditions. They use magnetic sampling to deliver 24-bit resolution through the CANopen protocol..

These compact rotary encoders excel in harsh environments with high mechanical stresses. They are ideal for withstanding constant shocks and vibrations, high bearing loads, dirt, and temperature fluctuations. They are typically found in mobile equipment, steel production, wind turbine, and packaging applications.

CVM42H absolute encoders are available with an IP66, IP68, or IP69K environmental rating. They offer axial and radial shaft load capacity to 270 N, are vibration resistant to 30 g, and shock resistant to 300 g. They are rated for use in operating temperatures from -40 degrees C (-40 degrees F) to +85 degrees C (185 degrees F).

The strength of the CVM42H is boundless reliability under the most adverse conditions. It combines compact dimensions with simple mounting. Its resolution of up to 1° offers the most precise positioning of movable tools on lifting systems or cranes.

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