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AV67 (THIN-LINE III™) Magnetic Encoder

AV67 THIN-LINE III™ heavy mill duty modular magnetic encoders fit 6.75" C-Face flanges typically found on Baldor Reliance motors. Other THIN-LINE III models, ranging from 115mm to 8.5", are available to fit other motor sizes.

THIN-LINE III encoders feature simple installation, durable construction, and clear diagnostics to eliminate encoder-related downtime:

First, the magnetic sensors are fully potted, to withstand dirt and liquids. No glass disks, no optics to clog. There are no moving, wearing parts!

The patented Wide-Gap™ Cam Screw Rotors™ put an end to sensor damage, are simpler to install, and stay securely mounted to the shaft.

The universal 5-24V design drives longer cables and is protected against wiring errors and surges.

When you power up an AV67, you know you installed it right: the green light tells you the digital self-tuning has set your AV67 optimally.

If at any time, the AV67 cannot produce ideal signals, the light changes to red, and the remote alarm contact activates. However, the encoder keeps working to give you time to schedule service.  Any time there are wiring errors, the LED changes to orange.

With a real-world installation history of over 4,500,000 hour MTBF, AV67 encoders will keep your machine running 24/7/365!

AV67 (THIN-LINE III™) Magnetic Encoder

Technical specifications

  • Operating Power

    5 - 24 VDC

  • Current

    100mA nom, no load

  • Output Format

    A Quad B with marker (A,A–, B,B – , Z,Z – )

  • Frequency Range

    250 kHz Max, 45 kHz Max

  • Speed

    5400 RPM Max.

  • Environmental

    IP67 (Fully Encapsulated)

  • Simple, Secure Installation
  • All models are protected against all short circuits and wiring errors
  • Wide-Gap Technology: No Sensor Scraping or Adjustment
  • 4 to 50000 PPR
  • No Couplings or Bearings
  • Sealed Electronics
  • Self-Diagnostic LED and Alarm Output
  • Universal 5-24V Operation
  • 3 Year No-Hassle Warranty

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