Hall Effect angle encoders HTx36
Hall encoders in Ø36 mm metal housing with a wide range of electronic and mechanical options
- Single- or multiturn, also redundant, optionally as Teach-In-Encoder (field-programmable)
- Analogue: Voltage/current output, PWM - 12 bits
- Digital: SSI (10 to 18 bits), SPI (14 bits)
- A, B, Z as Open Collector
- Up to 20.000 ppr.
|Sensor technology||Hall Effect Encoder|
|Effective electrical angle of rotation||max. 72000°|
|Functions / Features||Teach-In function, Metal housing, Without mech. stop, Hollow shaft|
|Resolution||Analogue 12 bit, SSI 10-18 bit, SPI 14 bit, incremental max. 20.000 ppr.|
|Output signal||Analogue, PWM, SSI, Incremental, SPI|
|Electrical connection||Radial, Cable, Connector, Axial|
|Protection class||Shaft IP65 (option IP67), housing IP68|
|Mounting||Threaded holes, Servo flange|
|Shaft diameter||Ø6 or Ø8 standard (option ≤Ø4 up to ≤Ø12 mm)|
|Housing diameter||36 mm|
|Housing depth||min. 34 mm / max. 42 mm|
HTx36 encoder - robust, ball bearing, sealed, with solid or hollow shaft
The HTx36 series of encoders are specifically designed for use between simple and heavy-duty applications. With a wide range of electronic and mechanical options, these contactless encoders in a Ø36 mm metal housing can be tailored to suit the application. Whether as incremental or absolute encoders, they cover a wide range of applications and, depending on the output electronics, are used in systems, laboratory equipment and medical devices, for example.
The HTx36 family of encoders is one of the most robust encoders with magnetic sensor technology in the MEGATRON product range. This is due to the solid aluminium housing, the high IP protection class and a double ball-bearing stainless steel shaft that withstands high axle loads and allows high actuation speeds. Signal processing is digital and based on magnetic recording of measured values. The gradient based evaluation ensures high immunity, e.g. to temperature variations and EMC influences. This technology leaves the disadvantages of conventional Hall sensors far behind. HTx36 encoders are designed for maximum durability, even surpassing the robust optical data acquisition. The number of defects or failures in rotary encoders with this technological design is practically zero, even after decades of use.
In addition to a wide range of standard options, the modular design of the HTx36 encoders allows them to be tailored to specific application requirements. In addition, the concept allows for timely customization (even in small batches) based on a clearly structured pricing model. Typical modifications include customized shaft geometries, signal output functions, special cable lengths or customized electrical connection cables.