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  • Client: Jhone Smith
  • Location: New York
  • Date: January 10, 2019

Some mechanical systems in the Pixelwise Technology LLP tend to depend on a combination of repeatability, accuracy, and speed – particularly in the era of CNC machinery, multi-axis, small-production and small-part manufacturing runs. In such cases, encoder feedback is crucial to ensure optimal performance of several automated applications.

When installed correctly, an encoder helps deliver the desired results, which is required for supporting effective positioning. At Pixelwise Technology LLP., we offer the latest sensing encoder unit that helps deliver relevant feedback. The device that we offer is highly accurate and reliable.

Leverage the Functionality of Our Encoders for Optimal Performance

Our encoders can convert the motion of the machinery to electrical signals. These signals are tracked and read by a dedicated control device. They are helpful in delivering low-cost feedback to industrial units. They can also effectively translate the motion, including linear as well as rotary motions.

Our high-end encoders provide access to added benefits like higher resolution. They can be used with a range of applications and deliver highly accurate movements. They also measure the actual dynamic position of the machine at various applications, like the cutting process. This ensures that the encoder delivers full-end control of the application or cutting head.

Just like the functioning of optical linear motors, the encoder units are also contactless and eliminate degradation or wear & tear with time. Some of its top features are:

  • Contactless and wear-free
  • Full control over dynamic movements of different machine components
  • No requirement for homing
  • Our revolutionary linear encoders are highly accurate to around 1 nm
  • They offer closed-loop digital positioning feedback at extremely high speed

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is an encoder?

An encoder is a device used in applications to convert mechanical motion or position into an electrical signal. It provides feedback about the movement, rotation, or position of a component, enabling accurate monitoring and control within systems such as robotics, industrial machinery, and automation.

How do encoders work?

Encoders work by generating electrical signals in response to mechanical motion. Rotary encoders, for instance, consist of a rotating disc with patterns or slots, and a sensor that reads these patterns. As the disc rotates, the sensor detects changes in the pattern, generating electrical pulses that correspond to the degree of rotation or movement.

What are the types of encoders?

Encoders can be primarily categorised as rotary and linear, based on the type of motion they measure. They are further divided into two main categories: incremental encoders, which provide relative position information, and absolute encoders, which offer precise absolute position feedback.

What’s the difference between incremental & absolute encoders?

Incremental encoders generate pulses as they move, allowing measurement of relative position and speed. Absolute encoders provide a unique digital code for each position, ensuring accurate position tracking even after power loss or system restart.

What are the applications of encoders?

Encoders are used in robotics, CNC machinery, conveyor systems, motor control, aerospace systems, and medical devices. They play a vital role in providing feedback for accurate positioning, speed control, navigation, and synchronisation within these industries, ensuring efficient and reliable operation.

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