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Enjoy the possibilities with Pepperl+Fuchs’s IO-Link rotary encoder!

5/26/2021

ByNathan Amonett

Summer is heating up and business is busier than ever. With an increased workload, making the most of your time is vital. And , when it comes to productivity levels in your plant, cutting down on downtime is more important than ever. Lucky for us, Pepperl+Fuchs’ IO-Link rotary encoder is a great tool for potential savings.

The IO-Link rotary encoder detects both single and multiturn position values, as well as the direction of the rotation. This flexibility gives your plant a better visual on your production, saving you time and money.  With a transmission rate of 230.4 kBit/s, the IO-Link rotary encoder easily stands out with the fastest transmission rate for IO-Link data.

The encoder grants users a wide range of flexibility and is available in 58 mm or 36 mm, with various shaft and flange types making it easy to integrate into different applications. This coupled with the ability to parameterize using the PACTware or your own preconfigured solution puts customization in your hands.

Levels of productivity and our environments change.  No matter how hectic things get, Pepperl+Fuchs’s IO-Link rotary encoder has you covered.

Features include:

  • Reliable feedback and customization options
  • Configurations can be saved using the data storage function
  • IP65/67 rating for use in harsh industrial conditions
  • Variety of shaft and flange configurations
  • 230.4 kBit/s transmission rate

For more information, reach out to Standard Electric’s Technical Solutions Team.

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