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POSITAL announces angled housing for IXARC incremental encoders

September 212018
POSITAL announces angled housing for IXARC incremental encoders

September 21, 2018 – Position and motion sensor specialist POSITAL has announced that its IXARC incremental encoders will be available with a special housing that features a cable entry angled at 45° to the device’s axis. This design combines features of both axial and radial cable entries in a single unit.

The encoder models have core magnetic measurement technology, with dynamic response. A variety of flange and shaft configurations are available. A water and dust-tight grommet around the cable entry ensures that these devices meet IP65 level ingress protection. The housing is 36mm in diameter and 32mm long.

IXARC incremental encoders are programmable: resolution can be set anywhere from one to 16,384 pulses-per-turn in software without requiring any changes to the mechanical properties of the devices. Similarly, pulse direction and the output driver – either Push-Pull (HTL) or RS422 (TTL) – can be defined through software parameters. Changes can be made in the field or in the shop using POSITAL’s UBIFAST programming tool.

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