Introducing the New VLM-60 Multi-turn Encoder from Netzer Precision

The VLM-60 multi-turn encoder from Netzer is an extremely low profile, hollow shaft absolute rotary encoder. Often used in multi-axis machinery, servo motors machine tools or robots, and process machine manufacturing. The VLM-60 ensures the accuracy and reliability demanded by these applications.

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Introducing the New VLM-60 Multi-turn Encoder from Netzer Precision

Netzer is proud to introduce the new VLM-60 multi-turn, hollow shaft absolute rotary encoder, the ideal solution for smooth and continuous production with limited space.

The VLM-60 multi-turn encoder from Netzer is an extremely low profile, hollow shaft absolute rotary encoder. Often used in multi-axis machinery, servo motors machine tools or robots, and process machine manufacturing. The VLM-60 ensures the accuracy and reliability demanded by these applications.

A 17-bit single-plus-15-bit multi-turn resolution ensures smooth and continuous production since the master reads the multi-turn positions from the encoder both at start-up and throughout the operation. In case of a power outage or a machine shutdown, the VLM-60 maintains the multi-turn absolute position by utilizing an internal battery or an external power source.

Features:
• 17 bit single + 15-bit multi-turn resolution
• Low profile (<8 mm)
• High resolution and precision
• Hollow shaft
• Adaptable resolution
• Resistant to harsh environmental conditions
• Magnetic fields immunity

Information on the VLM-60 Absolute Encoder from Netzer can be viewed at:
https://www.electromate.com/vlm-60-absolute-encoder/

For further information, please contact:

EDITORIAL CONTACT:
Warren Osak
sales@electromate.com
Toll Free Phone: 877-737-8698
Toll Free Fax: 877-737-8699
www.electromate.com

Tags: Netzer, VLM-60, Encoder, Absolute Encoder, Electric Encoder, Electromate

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