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Absolute encoders take centre stage at SPS 2019

Absolute encoders take centre stage at SPS 2019
At SPS 2019 (hall 4A, booth 136) in Nuremberg (November 26-28), iC-Haus presents its latest generation of integrated high-resolution optical-reflective absolute encoders. The iC-PZ Series is said to set new standards in flexibility and miniaturisation.
22nd November 2019

Flexible interpolation IC debuts at SPS in Nuremberg

Flexible interpolation IC debuts at SPS in Nuremberg
iC-Haus will debut a 26-bit encoder signal processor iC-TW29 with integrated EEPROM at the SPS exhibition in Nuremberg (November 26-28). It is used for the evaluation of magnetic and optical sensors that generate sine and cosine signals.
17th October 2019

Module is programmable with BiSS and SSI protocols

Module is programmable with BiSS and SSI protocols
iC-Haus has expanded its product family in the field of integrated system solutions for sensor-sided BiSS and SSI communication, including absolute encoder applications. The field-sided RS422 transceiver for clock reception and data signal is designed for typical industrial point-to-point encoder applications to enable physical interface compatibility for many drive systems and controllers on the sensor side.
20th March 2019


Magnetic sensor device suits fast BLDC motor control

Magnetic sensor device suits fast BLDC motor control
Recently released by iC-Haus, the iC-MH16 is a one-chip solution for magnetic sensor applications in fast motor control units. Combined with a diametrically magnetized permanent magnet, the tiny device can be used to create a robust, universal encoder for motor commutation and positioning. The chip contains a Hall sensor array with signal amplification control, a FlexCount interpolator delivering incremental (ABZ) and latency-free commutation (UVW) signals, integrated RS422 line drivers, and a serial SSI/BiSS interface.
21st October 2015

Encoder characteristics enhanced by using blue light

Encoder characteristics enhanced by using blue light
Resolution, signal amplitude, harmonic distortion, and jitter performance of incremental and absolute encoders can be improved by the use of blue light, with its shorter wavelength and penetration. Blue light causes less diffraction at the same slot width compared to higher wavelengths, thus resulting in sharper imaging.
3rd February 2015


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