Opkon

ELSC

Part no.: ELSC

Key Features

• Measuring range 25 - 400 mm

• Long mechanical life 100 million movements

• Excellent repeatability <0.01 mm

• 2 kOhm: 25 ... 75mm,  5 kOhm: 75 ... 400mm

Opkon ELSC offers the reliability of Opkons LSC sensor with a traditional voltage or 4-20mA current output

Call us for more info at 856-727-9500

"*" indicates required fields

Hi, My name is

and I’m interested in the

You can reach me by email at

or phone at

Message

This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.
You may also be interested in:

Opkon

MSPF

  • Measuring length 50 - 3000 mm
  • 15 bit resolution
  • 0 - 20 mA, 4 - 20 mA output
  • 24 VDC power supply

Opkon

DRTL – EtherCAT

  • 30 - 1000 mm measurement stroke
  • 15 bit resolution
  • EtherCAT protocol

Opkon

ERTK

  • Measuring range 30 - 1000 mm
  • Long mechanical life 100 million movements
  • Excellent repeatability <0.01 mm
  • 5 kOhm: 30 ... 600mm,  10 kOhm: 650 ... 1000 mm

Opkon

LPC

  • Measuring range 50 - 800 mm
  • Long mechanical life 100 million movements
  • Excellent repeatability <0.01 mm
  • 5 kOhm: 50 ... 600mm,  10 kOhm: 650 ... 800mm
Blog:

Improved Encoder Accuracy Brings Hidden Benefits

Capacitive rotary encoders such as those from Netzer Precision are known for their low profile, high noise immunity and excellent accuracy. As a result, they are an excellent choice for applications such as camera systems, radar, slip-rings and robotic joints. Often times in these tasks the encoder is used for velocity feedback, ensuring a smooth […]

TMR: A New Revolution in Magnetic Rotary Encoders

Abstract: Tunnel magnetoresistance (TMR) sensing is an exciting new chapter for magnetic-based rotary encoders. Requiring less current, while offering higher signal strength, many of the inherent short comings of Hall Effect based sensors can be addressed.

LVR, a Temperature Independent Alternative to LVDT’s in Harsh Environments

The LVR sensor (Linear Variable Resonance), is a new patented non-contact linear position sensor that is a potential replacement for the LVDT sensors in harsh environments.

What is a multiturn rotary encoder?

A multiturn rotary encoder is a sensor that measures the angle of rotation of a shaft, as well as the number of complete revolutions that the shaft has made. This is in contrast to a single-turn encoder, which only measures the angle of rotation, 0 – 360°. Multiturn encoders are used in a variety of applications where it is important to track the position of a moving object, such as in machine tools, robotics, and automation systems.