Synapticon’s encoder series feature high-resolution magnetic sensors, dramatically reducing complexity and cost of robotic motion control position sensing solutions.
The REM 14 is a low-cost magnetic rotary encoder for applications without multi-turn requirements. A magnetic hall effect-based sensor combined with an N/S magnet mounted on the rotating shaft serves as the main source of angle information. The single-turn position is absolute and low-latency, so it is well suited both for motor commutation and positioning applications. The sensor comes with on-board signal processing, providing signal filtering functions and calibration routines. Its working principle is robust and widely resistant to external magnetic fields.
Applications for the SOMANET Sense REM 14 include for example:
|Single-turn absolute position sensing||YES|
|Multi-turn absolute position sensing||NO|
|Single turn resolution||16384 absolute positions per revolution (14 bit)|
|Update frequency||14 kHz|
|Communication protocol||SPI, emulated QEI, emulated Hall|
|Operation Voltage||5V DC|
|Dimensions||40 × 30 × 9.8 mm|