Servo motor encoder slip ring-The best solutions for encoder data transfer under continuous rotation situation

Encoder data transfer; High performance servo motor encoder slip ring; Reliable data transmission; low transfer loss; Can combine with power, signals and pneumatic; Can top to 8 encoder.

As the technology development, the slip ring have bee accepted by more and more industry, in additional, the tech requires to slip ring became more and more strictness, it means we need to research more advanced tech to meet the applications of our customer.

As you know, the servo motor have a variety of application in all kinds of industry, especially in automation industry. In those industry, one problem have disturbed us is that i will be cost much of cable in the continuous rotation,
because we need to transmit the encode data and power from the stationary to rotating structure. And now we have encoder slip ring, it means we can transmit the data and power via this slip ring, it will save much of cable and installation jobs, maybe you will doubt if it is reliable during transmission, because the encoder signal is easy been interfere. Yes, it is normal that you will wonder if it is workable, and this is the key of this slip ring, we have use some special material to contact, and have add shielding layer, so it is the same with a encoder cable.
In additional, this series slip ring can combine with power, signal and pneumatic transfer, and can top to 8 circuits encoder, its flexible can maximum meet our custom requirements.

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