Articles About Sick Stegmann
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News Items About Sick Stegmann
1 Sick Stegmann's Servo Motor Feedback System Mounts Directly to the Motor Shaft (June 26, 2007)
Sick Stegmann introduced SinCos® SEK52 servomotor feedback systems with HIPERFACE® interface. The SEK52 features a simple d...
2 Sick Stegmanns Absolute Encoders Used in High Shock and Vibration Environments (March 15, 2007)
Sick Stegmann Inc. introduces ATM 60-C multi-turn absolute encoders. These IP67 encoders are electronically adjustable, provide resoluti...
3 Sick Stegmann's Programmable Encoders Designed for Miniaturized Applications (July 10, 2007)
Sick Stegmann Inc. introduced the DiCoder CKS 36 programmable motor feedback system. The user-programmable DiCoder CKS36 provides r...
4 SICK STEGMANN Introduces New Encoder (August 9, 2007)
SICK STEGMANN introduced the DKV 60 incremental measuring wheel encoder. The DKV 60 is designed to provide speed and position feedba...
5 Sick Stegmann, Inc. Introduces Incremental Encoders (December 28, 2007)
The DSF 60 incremental encoder delivers from one to 65,536 ppr in an industry-standard 60 mm housing. Built on the company’s &ldquo...
6 Sick Stegmann Encoders Equipped for Dirty, Dusty Environments (March 17, 2008)
The DFS 60 incremental encoders are made in a blind, hollow-shaft version, so the risk of potential contamination by dust, dirt or water ...