SICK Datasheets for Linear Encoders

Linear encoders sense and digitize linear position change for positional measurement and feedback to control systems.
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Linear encoders consist of a read head (sensor) and a reference scale (measuring element). The non-contact principle of operation means that the position is determined without wear. The sensor uses...
Measuring wheel systems use a wheel to record linear movements, which they then convert to speed or position values. These systems do not require a reference point on the surface...
The MAX30 linear encoder enables non-contact, completely integrated and absolute position measurement in hydraulic cylinders. Suitable for use under extreme ambient and operating conditions in applications in mobile machines. The...
The MAX48 linear encoder enables non-contact, completely integrated and absolute position measurement in hydraulic cylinders. Suitable for use under extreme ambient and operating conditions in applications in mobile machines. The...
Wire draw encoders consist of a wire draw mechanism and an encoder. The rotation of the drum, which is proportional to the length being measured, is recorded and output by...