New Product: SL083: scaleless linear motor with SIKO built-in encoder

Nippon Pulse SL083 Scaleless Linear Shaft Motor

Nippon Pulse SL083 Scaleless Linear Shaft Motor

Nippon Pulse is pleased to announce the release of the SL083 scaleless linear motor.  It is ideal for positioning applications that would benefit from the repeatability, reliability and robustness of a linear motor, with up to 5µm in resolution and repeat accuracy.

The SL083 is a compact motor with a simple design of just two parts: a tubular stainless steel shaft, and a non-contact forcer.  This allows for simple installation and configuration.  The motor is efficient, requires no lubrication, and a non-critical air gap means there is no variation in the force.  The housing is made of non-magnetic aluminum.

Nippon Pulse worked with leading European encoder manufacturer Siko Products to create a design that integrates the industry’s first non-analog magnetic linear encoder into a linear motor.  The SL083 simplifies the integration of a linear motor into applications, as it can utilize existing bearings in order to become an actuator.  Siko’s true encoder allows the SL083 to provide a perfectly smooth sinusoidal motion profile.

In addition to the built-in encoder, the SL083 linear motor has a built-in interpolator and Hall sensors. It offers real-time single processing and high dynamics with no residual force. The SL083 has a maximum speed of 4 meters per second, and has an excellent force-to-volume ratio.

CLICK Here to view the SL083 Brochure.

Warren Osak
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