Motion control components
Schaumburg, Illinois – At Automate 2019, McCormick Place, Chicago, Illinois, April 8 – 11, Heidenhain Corp. will showcase multiple motion control component brands in Booth #8346. Heidenhain will highlight its ADS Uptime, a next generation rotary encoder condition monitoring system from its brand Leine & Linde. Encoders with built-in ADS Uptime enable system monitoring of the most relevant data from rotary installations and motors.
ADS solutions from Leine & Linde simplify the move from preventive maintenance to the practice of proactive maintenance. These solutions also feature wireless service check-up via Bluetooth. The wireless service check-up not only simplifies maintenance, but drives system management, production planning and operation.
In addition to the Leine & Linde products, Heidenhain will also be featuring products from their other brands like ETEL, Renco, and LTN, as well as displaying the newest available rotary and angle encoders from Heidenhain.
ETEL is a leading international supplier of direct drive linear and torque motors, motion control components and integrated systems. Their TMB+ torque motor is one of the highest performing direct drive motors on the market providing optimal density with an expansive variety of available sizes.
Renco is a well-known brand focused on providing compact yet powerful rotary encoders solutions. They use the optical scanning principle and offer the greatest possible functionality while featuring the smallest possible dimensions, thanks in large part to their simple and self-centering installation method with the patented slide-lock mechanism. This makes them particularly suitable for operation in electrical drive technology, robotics, medical technology, automation, and building services engineering.
LTN specializes in providing slip ring and resolvers to international machine builders and factory automation industries. Their newest fiber optic rotary slip rings are capable of handling 4K transmissions with an extremely low loss rate and are well positioned to handle the next step in video and signal transmissions.