Bihl+Wiedemann: Speed Monitors

October 15, 2019

Bihl+Wiedemann offers with the speed monitors an effective method for safe processing of signals from sensors and encoders, enabling for example a safety reduced speed for setup operations.

Each speed monitor can be incorporated into the control feedback circuit using adapters and cables already available, without affecting the actual control process.

Speed Monitors for Encoder

  • Safe monitoring of speed and position
  • Monitoring up to 2 axes, up to SIL3, PLe
  • For sine/cosine, SSI, TTL or HTL-Encoder
  • Detailed diagnostics and shut-off history via software
  • Chip card for easy device exchange
  • 22,5 mm width

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