Baumer Ltd. Datasheets for Incremental Rotary Encoders

Incremental rotary encoders are multi-turn sensors that use optical, mechanical, or magnetic index-counting for angular measurement. They contain no absolute reference, but instead count relative to the turn-on position.
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Robust meets precision – The new incremental hollow shaft encoder series HS35 merges HeavyDuty durability and the accuracy of high-resolution optical encoders to comply with proven industry standards. HS35 encoders...
By virtue of their extreme sturdiness encoders without bearing are especially intended for harsh industrial environments. Thanks to their compact design and large inner diameter they are prede- fined for...
Cable pulls convert linear motion into rotary motion when pulling in and out the cable. Depending on the application, the rotary motion is driving an incremental or absolute encoder which...
For shaft ø300...3183 mm, Integrated signal processing, Magnetic sensing, Very high IP protection, Square-wave or sine signals
Incremental and sine encoders are the vital link between periphery equipment and control in mechanical motion feedback systems. Encoders convert rotary motion into incremental or sine signals for electronic evaluation...
The MDRM/MDFM miniature encoders have been designed to replace mechanical potentiometers in certain motion control applications. They are magnetically controlled by a small rotor closely positioned in front of the...