Part no.: MR342 Incremental Fiber Optic Encoder
• 100% passive sensing design no electronics whatsoever
• Linear and rotary sensor configurations
• Sensor can be installed in all manner of hazardous locations and potentially explosive atmospheres
• Immune to EMI and RFI
The MR342 series ZapFree® Fiber Optic Incremental Sensor is an entirely passive, intrinsically safe, fiber optic incremental rotary encoder ideal for a wide range of harsh and hazardous environmental applications. The passive, all-optical Sensor connects to the remote Controller via a standard duplex 62.5/125 multimode optical fiber link. The remote MR340 Controller Module transmits and converts optical signals to/from the Sensor. The Controllers multiple built-in interfaces insure compatibility with industry standard motor drives, PLCs, quadrature counters, and motion control system.
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