Sick DBS36E-S3EP00500 DBS36 Incremental encoder

Sick DBS36E-S3EP00500
Item Number: DBS36E-S3EP00500
  • Connection with universal cable outlet
  • Versions with blind hollow shaft or face mount flange with solid shaft
  • Face mount flange with 3 mounting hole patterns and servo groove
Total price: 97.77
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Part Number1064490
Mechanical interface:Solid shaft, Face mount flange
Reverse polarity protection:1
Shaft diameter:6 mm x 12 mm
Material, cable:PVC
Permissible shaft loading radial/axial:20 N (axial), 40 N (radial)
Measuring step deviation:± 18 ° / impulses per relovution
Flange material:Aluminum
Start up torque:0.5 Ncm (+20 °C)
Connection type:Cable, 8-pin with male connector M12, universal, 0.5 m
Measuring step:90 ° / electronically/pulses
Housing material:Aluminum
Resistance to shocks:100 g (EN 60068-2-27)
Electrical interface:7 V ... 30 V, HTL/Push pull
Moment of inertia of the rotor:0.6 gcm²
Power consumption max. without load:Without load
Operating voltage range:7 V ... 30 V
Working temperature range:-20 °C ... +85 °C
Operating torque:0.4 Ncm (+20 °C)
Shaft material:Stainless steel
Permissible relative humidity:90 % (condensation of the optical scanning not permitted)
Maximum output frequency:300 kHz
Maximum operating speed:8,000 U/min
Reference signal, number:1
EMC:(according to EN 61000-6-2 and EN 61000-6-4 (class A))
Pulses per revolution:500
Initialization time:< 3 ms
Enclosure rating:IP 65
Load current max.:30 mA
Operating speed:6,000 /min
Reference signal, position:90 °, electronically, gated with A and B
Error limits:± 54 ° (/pulses per revolution)
Max. angular acceleration:500,000 rad/s²
Short-circuit protection of the outputs:1
MTTFd: mean time to dangerous failure:600 a (EN ISO 13849-1)
Storage temperature range:-40 °C ... +100 °C, without package
Operating power consumption (no load):50 mA
Duty cycle:≤ 0.5 ± 5 %
Resistance to vibration:20 g, 10 Hz ... 2,000 Hz (EN 60068-2-6)
Bearing lifetime:2 x 10^9 revolutions


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