Especially when it comes down to finding the suitable encoder for tight installation spaces, Kübler’s miniature encoder portfolio is the right choice.
The trend toward compact constructions has been lasting for years and is still strong, and the requirements and demand for compact sensors go on increasing. No compromises are accepted, especially in terms of robustness and accuracy.
For this purpose, Kübler offers a family of miniaturized incremental encoders that have already demonstrated their strengths in many different applications.
With a diameter of only 24 mm, the 2400 and 2520 optical encoders do not only save space, they are also reliable and accurate. The robust bearing structure in Safety-Lock Design and the short-circuit proof outputs emphasize the robustness of these encoders.
Over 12,000 variants are available to the user, allowing him to select the suitable encoder for his installation space. This is a huge advantage compared to usual market encoders. This reflects in various flanges, shafts, and a wide range of pulse numbers per revolution.
Miniature encoders excel where space is tight
Kübler offers its customers added value in the form of customer-specific adaptations. The 2400 and 2420 encoders are the most adaptable miniature encoders on the market. Further information on our products can be found at www.kuebler.com.
Mechanical adaptations such as a larger hollow shaft, special flanges, higher bearing load or electrical adaptations such as special cable lengths, including application-specific connectors, are implemented without further ado by the sensor manufacturer Kübler.
The quick availability of this encoder series is another advantage. Short delivery times, large number of variants and standard types kept in stock are natural at Kübler.
Theses incremental miniature encoders are used mainly in small appliances and compact applications. But they also find their place in mobile automation, in door drives and in various processing equipment.
Filed Under: Motion Control Tips, Encoders • optical