INDIVIDUAL programmability is at the core of the DRS61 incremental encoder from SICK-STEGMANN .
Users, system integrators, resellers or distributors can freely select any line number between 1 and 8,192 and define the desired zero impulse width of 90° or 180° from their PC or notebook via a USB cable and programming tool.
This not only results in a total of 16,386 individually selectable settings, but also brings about reduced stocks of devices and immediate availability. It is now no longer necessary to stock or obtain pre-parameterised, application-specific device versions.
The user, machine constructor or system integrator can now undertake the programming of line number and zero-impulse width.
A basis version with solid shaft, servo flange, plug and 10 - 32V operating voltage is sufficient to solve the most varied of tasks through individual programming.
The procurement and preparation of individual machine-oriented line number variants is no longer necessary with the DRS61.
Stock-keeping is easier and more economical with the SICK encoder.
Downtimes are minimised - the DRS61 is quickly available and programmable for every task. Programming takes place with the help of a conventional PC or notebook.
The DRS61 is connected via the USB programmer cable. The current encoder data (such as type number and current parameter settings) are automatically read out, taken up in the encoder programming software and displayed. The user can update the adjustable line number and zero impulse width parameters and transfer them to the DRS61.