Sick AFM60B-S4AA004096 AFM60 Absolute encoder

Sick AFM60B-S4AA004096
Item Number: AFM60B-S4AA004096
  • High-resolution absolute encoders with up to 30 bits (AFM60) or up to 18 bits (AFS60)
  • Face mount flange, servo flange, blind or through hollow shaft
  • SSI, SSI + Incremental or SSI + Sin/Cos interface
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Specification:

Part Number1037777
Measuring step:0.01 °
Operating voltage range:4.5 V DC ... 32 V DC
Initialization time:50 ms
Error limits:± 0.05 °
EMC:(according to EN 61000-6-2 and EN 61000-6-3)
Permissible relative humidity:90 % (condensation of the optical scanning not permitted)
Max. number of steps per revolution:4,096
Operating torque:0.3 Ncm (20 °C)
Start up torque:0.5 Ncm (20 °C)
Resolution:12 bit x 12 bit
Resistance to shocks:70 g (according to EN 60068-2-27)
Mechanical interface:Solid shaft with flat, Face mount flange
Moment of inertia of the rotor:6.2 gcm²
Maximum operating speed:9,000 /min
Working temperature range:-30 °C ... 100 °C
Max. angular acceleration:500,000 rad/s²
Measuring step deviation:± 0.01 °
Mass:0.26 kg
Repeat accuracy:0.002 °
Shaft diameter:10 mm
Max. number of revolutions:4,096
Resistance to vibration:30 g, 10 Hz ... 2,000 Hz (according to EN 60068-2-6)
SET (electronic adjustment):H-active (L &;8801; 0 - 1,5 V, H &;8801; 2,0 - Us V)
Electrical interface:Connector M23, 12-pin, radial
Enclosure rating:IP 65 (according to IEC 60529), shaft side, IP 67 (according to IEC 60529), housing side
Resolution power:4,096 x 4,096
CW/CCW (counting sequence when turning):L-active (L &;8801; 0 - 1,5 V, H &;8801; 2,0 - Us V)
Storage temperature range:-40 °C ... 100 °C, without package
Permissible Load capacity of shaft:40 N (axial), 80 N (radial)
Bearing lifetime:3.0 x 10^9 revolutions
Clock frequency:2 MHz
MTTFd: mean time to dangerous failure:250 a (EN ISO 13849-1)
Interface signals:Clock +, Clock -, Data +, Data-
Power consumption:0.5 W (without load)

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