Celera motion adds multiturn inductive angle encoder

The Multiturn IncOder inductive angle encoder can be used for robot joints, servo motors, linear stages, cartesian robots and more. It is an addition to the company’s Inc oder and Ultra IncO der Series. Celera Motion said the MultitURN IncODER can be Used for robot Joints, Servo Motors, Linear stages, Cartesian Robots.

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Celera Motion Multiturn IncOder inductive angle encoder.

The Multiturn IncOder measures the absolute angle position within a single turn, and also monitors the number of revolutions. It integrates with Celera’s Everest and Capitan servo drives and can be direct mounted without special couplings or high tolerance. Turn count is always retained, even during loss of power events, according to Celera.

  • An adjustable zero set function for easier installation and setup
  • A bearingless and gearless design that makes encoder wear-free
  • Non-volatile turn-count storage so the turn count is retained through power loss
  • A rugged design that can operate in extreme environments
  • SSI, BiSS-C, ASI, SPI Comms for integration with a range of servo drives and controllers
  • Multiple size and mounting formats for increased design flexibility
  • A low-profile form factor and large bore, ideal for more-compact and lightweight systems
  • Celera Motion is a business unit of Novanta. In July 2021, Novanta acquired both ATI Industrial Automation and Schneider Electric. In September 2021, Celera introduced a compact, lightweight inductive angle encoder that is designed for a variety of surgical, medical and industrial robots.

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