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Motor feedback systems for servo motors

Compact and high-resolution
  • Constant dimension of ø 36.5 mm
  • High control quality of the drive thanks to the high signal quality
  • Maximum flexibility: all electrical interfaces
  • Functional safety up to SIL3//PLe
  • Resolution ≤ 2048 ppr SinCos or ≤ 24 Bit fully digital
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A constant dimension of Ø 36.5 mm means enormous advantages for you.

Kübler is strongly rooted in drive technology and has been offering suitable encoder solutions for decades. Kübler has developed the new motor feedback systems in close cooperation with prominent manufacturers of servo motors. They are based on a unique platform that offers a multitude of possibilities and advantages for servo motors. From the reduction in number of motor variants and the standardization of the mechanical connection between encoder and drive to cost savings along the total value chain. You also get maximum flexibility when selecting the electrical interfaces.

Product details
Motor feedback systems for servo motors
  • Dimension of ø 36.5 mm
  • Singleturn and multiturn variants
  • Resolution ≤ 2048 ppr SinCos or ≤ 24 Bit fully digital
  • Insertion or tapered shaft

The motor feedback system Sendix S36 is gaining acceptance with its features
and, above all, with the tremendous advantages for servo motor manufacturers
and will receive the Automation Award 2017.

36 mm dimension – that save space and money

The new motor feedback systems in all singleturn and multiturn variants are based on a unique platform. The compact design of 36 mm thus remains unchanged and is available for all medium and upper performance ranges with a resolution of ≤ 2048 ppr SinCos or ≤ 24.

Your added value: This gives you a compact and high-resolution sensor solution that allows you to reduce the number of motor variants and standardize the mounting between encoder and drive.

For dynamic drives – high control quality

The use of phased array sensors achieves a resolution of ≤ 2048 ppr SinCos or ≤ 24 bit fully digital and also ensures high signal quality in the event of shocks and vibrations.

Your added value: Thanks to the high resolution you increase the performance of your servo motor.
A servo motor controlled in this way also exhibits quieter operating characteristics and develops less heat.

Maximum flexibility in selection

The Sendix S36 and its unique platform offer all classic interfaces as well as all open interfaces for single cable solutions.

Your added value: From now on, you and your customers have maximum flexibility in selecting the electrical interfaces you prefer.

Certified sensor solution

Certified motor feedback system from the sensors to mechanics to electrical interface.

Your added value: Reliable speed monitoring and rapid acceptance during certification of the overall system.

For perfect continuous operation

The Sendix S36 Motor-Line is particularly shock and vibration resistant due to its robust construction. Mechanically robust: latest mechanical gear technology, robust bearing structure in Safety-LockTM design, reliable connector technology, torsionally stiff stator coupling, wide temperature range. Electrically robust: Blue LED Technology for precise scanning and long service life and Phased Array Sensor Technology.

Your added value: Premium quality that is noticeable every day. The robust design ensures reliable and flawless continuous operation of your motors – even in the harshest environments.

Shaping the future with Kübler



ANALYTICS FOR SMART MOTOR

Functions such as electronic data sheet (EDS), storage of customer-specific user data and connection of additional sensors such as temperature sensors are available for analytics. Continuous monitoring of the motor state ensures faults are detected and corrected at an early stage. This results in greater system availability and improved performance.
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