See Heidenhain's angular, linear and rotary encoders

Heidenhain will be displaying examples from its comprehensive range of high-accuracy, cost-effective angular, linear and rotary encoders on its stand at the MACH exhibition (Hall 5, stand 5110, 7-11 June 2010 at the NEC,Birmingham).

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The company's LS and LC sealed linear encoders are protected from dust, chips and fluids, and are therefore highly suitable for use on machine tools and other production machinery.

An aluminium housing and elastic sealing lips protect the scale, guideway and scanning carriage; the latter travels in a low-friction guide within the scale unit and is connected to the external mounting block by a coupling that compensates for misalignment between the scale and the machine guideways.

Sealed linear encoders are available with full-size scale housings for high resistance to vibration up to measuring lengths of 30m, and as slimline versions for applications where installation space is limited for measuring lengths up to 2040mm.

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The RON and ROD sealed angle encoders are used in applications such as NC rotary tables, machine tool swivel heads, dividing apparatus, high-precision angle measuring tables, precision devices in angular metrology, antennas and telescopes, for example.

Also on show, Heidenhain's LIDA exposed linear encoders operate with no mechanical contact between the scanning head and the scale or scale tape, with typical areas of application being measuring machines, comparators and other precision devices in linear metrology, as well as production and measuring equipment - for example, in the semiconductor industry.

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As well as ERA ring encoders, Heidenhain (GB) will also be displaying encoders with Functional Safety, where a safety-related position measuring system can be used as a single-encoder system in conjunction with a safety-related control system.

There will also be a range of ND display units for simple DRO, metrology and gauging applications, as well as ST gauges and the new ACANTO absolute digital length gauge.

Follow the link to find out more about Heidenhain's angular, linear and rotary encoders.

Heidenhain (GB) Ltd

200 London Road
BURGESS HILL
RH15 9RD
UNITED KINGDOM

+44 (0)1444 247711

sales@heidenhain.co.uk

www.heidenhain.co.uk

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