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TURCK - Ethernet IP Encoders

Posted by Ohio Belting & Transmission Co. on 10/11/2016 to Turck
TURCK - Ethernet IP Encoders

Turck Introduces EtherNet/IP Encoders for High-Speed Applications

Turck announces the availability of EtherNet/IP enabled encoders, providing an optical-based encoder solution with electronic multiturn capabilities for position applications requiring feedback for customers using the EtherNet/IP and CIP (common industrial protocol) interface. Common ap­plications for the ODVA-certified encoder include automotive production, logistics, metal processing and textile applications, as well as printing and packaging machines.

The new EtherNet/IP encoders are available in both singleturn (RS-107/108) and mul­titurn (RM-105/106) variants and come with a diameter of 58 mm. They offer a total reso­lution of up to 32 bits (16 for singleturn, 16 for multiturn), and have been designed specifically for high-speed applications. The encoders offer an RPI (requested packet interval) time of 1 ms, and allow for operation in high-speed applications with up to a 1,000 Hz update frequency. These features allow users to save time and costs.
The RS-107/108 and RM-105/106 EtherNet/IP encoders offer a cost-effective, com­pact EtherNet/IP encoder solution with Device Level Ring (DLR) capabilities. The DLR capabilities allow the network to stay active even if one direction of the communica­tion bus lines is compromised. This is a bi-directional communication capability built into the encoder. For the customer, it means that their process can continue while one unit is offline, greatly influencing efficiency and reducing costly downtime.
The RS-107/108 and RM-105/106 encoders are available in solid shaft and blind hollow shaft versions, with the blind shaft version having diameters up to 15mm. The encoders feature an operating temperature range from -40 to +80 °C and are IP65 rated. Additionally, thanks to their optical design, the encoders are highly immune to interference from magnetic fields.