Rotor hub sensor NBN66-D

Rotor hub sensor NBN66-D
Rotor hub sensor NBN66-D
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NBN 66 A 0 0 D C3 1 S 1 N 01

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The NBN-D rotor hub sensor is used to measure the rotational speed of a rotor, e.g. a shaft.... more
Product information "Rotor hub sensor NBN66-D"

The NBN-D rotor hub sensor is used to measure the rotational speed of a rotor, e.g. a shaft. Through the combination of tilt and rotation rate sensor in MEMS design, the rotation speeds are measured without the sensor being firmly connected to the axis of rotation. Special mathematical filter functions result in a very accurate rotation rate signal that is independent of disturbance acceleration and temperature and can be used for safe monitoring and control of the rotation. This makes the sensor an inexpensive and easy-to-install alternative to many common magnetic tape sensors and add-on encoders with complex mounting.

Product category: Inclinometers
Design: 66 mm
Housing material: Aluminium AIMgSi 1
Measuring range x-axis: 0°, 360°
Measuring range y-axis: 0°, 360°
Measuring range z-axis: 0°, 360°
Gyroscope sensor: With gyroscope sensor for detection of angular velocity/rotation rate
Profile: CANopen according to CiA, DS 301 version 4.2, DS 406 version 4.0.2
Installation position: TOP 1, TOP 4
Electrical connection: Device plug M12, 5-pin, A-coded
Electrical connection: 1 single connection, 2 double connections
Interface: CANopen
Electrical and/or mechanical variant: Standard
Special feature: Rotation rate sensor, Speed monitoring