Penny + Giles has published a new technical brochure for its latest CAN output contactless rotary position sensor, the SRH520CN. The brochure looks in brief at the features and benefits the SRH520CN offers and includes all ordering and technical information required by OEMs, including dimensions, performance levels, factory-set and configurable options, electrical connections, etc.
The Penny + Giles SRH520CN rotary position sensor provides either J1939 or CANopen options according to ISO/DIS 11898 and features a 14 bit Hall effect sensor offering 0.022° resolution.
J1939 versions are factory programmed to offer Direction, Baud Rate, Node ID and Frame Rate parameters. The CANopen version offers Baud Rate or Node ID parameters, but is customer configurable to the CIA standard DS 301 protocol and supports the device profile for DS 406 encoders.
Offered in a marine-grade aluminium housing and is designed to meet the harsh operating requirements of heavy duty industrial position sensing applications, the SRH520CN includes shaft-side protection to IP69K; a minimum IP67 to the rear when the M12 connector is attached and fully engaged; and operates from a 9–30Vdc unregulated supply. OEMs can also specify the output in a clockwise or anticlockwise direction.