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A wire-actuated encoder is available with analogue output, potentiometric, current source, or voltage output.
Utilizing an inbuilt gear mechanism, it is simple to adapt the output signal to the actual measuring length, solid design, maximum 6000 mm measurement lengths, voltage, output power, or potentiometer, housing constructed of plastic and aluminum.
A built-in gear allows the potentiometer/resistance range to be adjusted to the actual measurement length.
In the realm of length measurement technology, wire-actuated encoders have been in use for a long time and have already demonstrated their value in a variety of circumstances, including challenging ones.
The most significant criteria for every new advancement in this field are robust compact design, maximum precision, and reliability.
Since guided sensor systems cannot be employed due to the spatial constellation, only a wire-actuated encoder can be used as a linear measured displacement encoder for many applications.
When it comes to integration and interfaces, wire-actuated encoders are adaptable.
The Global Wire-Actuated Encoder market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
A new wire-actuated encoder for 12m measuring length has been introduced by Siko, German experts in automation and drive engineering products, and it promises reliability, compactness, and flexibility.
Intralogistics and mobile machine manufacturers frequently demand long measuring lengths and a housing that is as small as possible.
It plays a significant role in the selection of sensors for novel machine concepts in stationary machine construction as well.
With its installation depth of just 70mm x 85mm x 105mm, Siko’s new SG121 wire-actuated encoder is unlike anything else on the market. However, the space-saving wire-actuated encoder doesn’t skimp on durability.
Even under the most demanding operating conditions, the sturdy aluminium housing and impact-resistant plastic hold up.
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