Linear and rotary encoders. Standard range

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Types of incremental encoders


• Linear encoder: Ideal for milling, grinding, lathe and boring mill applications requiring federates of up to 120 m/min and vibrations of up to 10 g.
• Rotary encoder:
Used as a measuring sensor for rotary movements, angular speeds and also linear movement when connected to a mechanical device like ball screw. They are also used on various types of machine tools and robotic applications.


Measuring Methods


Fagor Automation uses two measuring methods in their incremental encoders:


• Graduated glass: Linear encoders with a measuring length of up to 3 040 mm and rotary encoders.
• Graduated steel:
Linear encoders over 3 040 mm measuring length.