Elevator Encoders From HEIDENHAIN

Elevator Encoders From HEIDENHAIN

elevator encoder

An elevator encoder is an electronic device that provides feedback on the speed of an elevator. It can be either a rotary or absolute linear one. HEIDENHAIN offers a wide variety of elevator encoders. Let’s take a closer look at a few of the most popular types. The AH800 rotary encoder is a popular choice. LINA 200 absolute linear encoders are also very popular. The EQN 400 is a less expensive option.

HEIDENHAIN’s product line of elevator encoders

The KCI 419 Dplus inductive elevator rotary encoder provides position feedback, detects brake strokes without microswitches and measures temperature in elevators. This data can be used by downstream electronics to determine brake wear and status. Another elevator encoder from HeideNHAIN provides shaft copying for precise positioning of elevator cars. This system measures the position of the car from its forwards and backwards positions and transmits them to the elevator control.

HEIDENHAIN’s product line of elevator encodes includes rotary and acoustic encoders for use in elevators. These units are highly visible and, with proper training, are easy to interpret. Thousands of elevators in various locations are installed throughout the world, and the HEIDENHAIN Rotary Encoder has a maximum line count of 10,000. Its compact design makes installation easy and offers high-resolution performance and a low cost.

HeideNHAIN also offers a wide variety of models for elevators, including cableless elevators. Cableless elevators will use high-powered torque motors, and angle encoders will supply position data to the control system. These models can also utilize exposed linear encoders. The continuously available absolute position of elevator cars ensures a smooth journey to their destination. And because the PWM 9 provides detailed information on the signal sent by the encoder, these products help prevent elevator accidents.

HeideNHAIN’s product line of axial and rotary encoders is a comprehensive range of solutions for the elevator industry. From high-rise buildings to passenger cabins, HeideNHAIN has an elevator encoder for every need. And a high-quality encoder should have a long and reliable lifespan. It is the best investment you can make in your elevator. So, don’t hesitate to contact us today to discuss your elevator encoder requirements and learn more about the HeideNHAIN products.

AH800 rotary encoder

The AH800 rotary elevator encoder is a versatile, cost-effective way to control speed and direction in an elevator. This encoder provides feedback to the elevator’s automatic doors. The doors operate through a mechanism powered by a small motor, typically mounted on the top of the car. The encoder ensures that the doors close and open fully. This type of encoder is typically hollow-bore, offers high resolution and requires a low power consumption.

The AH800 is specially designed to fit elevator motors. Its outer diameter is 80mm and the shaft is 20mm. It is installed directly onto the B-Side of the motor and fitted with a clamp. Its 13-Bit absolute resolution and SSI protocol provide maximum accuracy. This encoder is also suitable for a wide variety of applications. If you are looking for a high-precision rotary elevator encoder, consider the AH800.

This rotary incremental encoder provides real-time position information without the use of cable. This means that the data it conveys is accurate without prompting the user. It can provide up to ten thousand counts per revolution. Its high resolution ensures jerk-free braking and precise positioning of the elevator car. In addition, this type of rotary encoder can measure the position of the elevator car at any moment and communicate it to the elevator’s control.

The AH800 rotary elevator encoder is compatible with multiple elevators, such as escalators. The rotary encoder is designed for use in elevators, as well as in other types of industrial applications. These devices are available in various designs and sizes. Choose a model that meets your needs and budget. Its versatile design will make it an excellent investment in your elevator. A high-quality rotary encoder can ensure that your elevators are running smoothly, while being cost-effective.

LINA 200 absolute linear encoder

The LINA 200 absolute linear elevator encoder is an ideal choice for applications where positioning accuracy is crucial. Its robust and reproducible signals provide accurate measurement even at extreme speeds, while its wide tolerances ensure a secure mounting in the elevator shaft. In addition, the LINA 200’s high-resolution (18 bits) position feedback at a measuring length of approximately 600 mm ensures a comfortable motion. Moreover, this elevator encoder can be easily installed and calibrated by a single technician.

Unlike other types of elevator encoders, this product is very easy to install, with a simple installation. The EnDat Master Mini is a low-cost, fast-to-implement option that seamlessly integrates with elevator control systems. It handles the communication between the purely serial EnDat encoder and the higher-level application. For more information, consult the EnDat Master Guide. When selecting an encoder, make sure to choose the one with A-B channel feedback.

The LINA 200 absolute linear encoder from HEIDENHAIN features two signal tracks with different periods of time. The difference between these two signal cycles creates the absolute position value. Its dual-wall design protects both the graduation and the scanning process. Besides being easy to install, this product is extremely durable and reliable. There are a few different types of LINA 200 absolute linear elevator encoders.

These encoders are designed to provide maximum vertical lift and speed measurement control, ensuring mechanical safety and comfort for the passengers. Moreover, these products offer high-resolution feedback to the elevator control system. They also allow elevators to reach the correct height with ease and close the doors without jerking. They provide valuable operational monitoring and reliability for the elevator control system. So, if you are looking for a reliable encoder for your elevator, LINA 200 absolute linear elevator encoder is an ideal option.

EQN 400

The EQN 400 elevator encoder features absolute multiturn rotary technology, which enables continuous availability of the car’s absolute position. In elevators, actual position values are available even during power failure. This rotary encoder has a streamlined integration into the motor design. The ExN 13xx/4xx series of elevator encoders has become a trusted choice for elevators and other low-to-medium-power applications. In addition to its high reliability, it can be configured to be installed as close to the elevator car as possible, without the need for extensions.

Another application for this elevator encoder is in the elevator door. A controlled door drive ensures a smooth and quiet opening and closing of elevator doors. A compact rotary encoder is an excellent choice for reporting velocity and position. Its mounting diameter is less than 40 mm. Besides being small enough to fit in any elevator, it is also capable of high direct read resolution. This enables it to function in confined spaces.

The RIQ / IQN series of elevator encoders offers many benefits. Its inductive scanning and sturdy bearings enable it to withstand shaft loads that optical scanning cannot handle. Its 4096 (12 bits) distinguishable revolutions provide accurate positioning data. It also fits in the same space as the ROQ/EQN 400 series. It also features signal converters. Inductive scanners can also be used for applications requiring higher speed control.

When selecting an elevator encoder, signal quality is an important consideration. The incremental encoder signal should be square wave pulses with 50 percent duty cycles. Encoders with this quality should be used with caution because the elevator environment is full of high-power cables and high-inductive loads. To protect the integrity of the signal, it is advisable to separate the encoder wiring from power wires and use shielded cabling.