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Baumer Hubner OG 60 – HOG 60

Square-wave cycles per turn: max. 10,000 Servo flange (OG 60)
Max. output frequency: 250 kHz Solid shaft d= 6 mm (OG 60)
Logic level: HTL (C), TTL, TTL (R) Hollow shaft with clamping ring up to d= 12 mm (HOG 60)
Permissible encoder temperature: -30 °C to +85 °C
Connection: Plug connection High resolution
Weight: approx. 260 g (OG 60)
approx. 250 g (HOG 60)
Shock resistance (6 ms): 3,000 m/s²
Protection class: IP 65
  • Robust construction with solid light alloy housing for high vibration and shock proof protection.
  • Bearings at both ends of the shaft, where construction permits.
  • Short-circuit proof power transistors with peak currents up to 300 mA for line driving over long cables with HTL-signals or optional TTL-signals to RS-422.
  • High Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC), tested to IEC 801-4.
  • Protection against shaft currents due to insulated ball bearings, in some devices.
  • Incremental encoders without bearings for drives with large axial play or high speeds.
  • Through-hole hollow shaft, also available in Sinus-Technology and in explosion proof execution "II 2 G EEx de IIC T6".
  • Wide range of program with standard EURO-Flange B10.
  • Rear shaft option for mounting of other devices.
  • Combinations with common shaft:
    - Incremental encoder + Incremental encoder (Twin Tacho),
    - Incremental encoder + Analog-Tacho,
    - Incremental encoder + Speed Switch.
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