The absolute value glass scale, with different patterns according to position, is captured at high speed with the high-resolution CMOS sensor. This detection principle reads the absolute position information from the slit pattern engraved on the scale. It is the first of its kind in the world.
The sensor head, including the connector and cable section, complies with two standards - NEMA Type 13 and IP67G. The sensor head can be mounted almost anywhere, even in environments with splashing water or oil.
The sensor can be mounted almost anywhere thanks to ø8 mm slim body that can be mounted anywhere along its body. If you use one of the dedicated brackets, you do not need to fabricate a slotted jig. The flange type can also be directly mounted by simply drilling a ø10 mm hole.
Versatile detection modes support all applications.
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The Problem: During assembly, if the diaphragm is not seated in the right place, the two halves will not seal properly creating a defective product. One half with a smaller diameter fits inside a larger one with the gasket acting as a cushion in between. During seating, a diaphragm can become “pinched” during the process sometimes creating tears and/or not allowing for the necessary tight seal required by the part.