Experience higher accuracy measurement in harsh environments

Celera Motion announces the expansion of its Zettlex Ultra IncOder™ series of inductive angle encoders with the introduction of the new Mini Ultra and, continued growth of the Midi Ultra. Celera Motion’s Zettlex encoders use a unique, inductive technology that employs the use of printed circuit boards (PCBs). These encoders are non-contact devices which allow precision measurement of angle or angular speed in harsh environments where traditional capacitive and magnetic devices can be unreliable. Each Ultra IncOder unit is pre-calibrated and offers up to 19 arc-seconds accuracy depending on size. Read more

Normal delivery capacity and operation during Corona pandemic

During these peculiar times, we continue to develop everything from simple solutions to pioneering advances for optimum levels of engineering precision and efficiency.

We´re keen on taking part of solving the challenges you may face in your industrial application.

 

Deliveries

Presently regular lead times apply on deliveries. We have not been affected by interference in the form of delivery problems to any significant extent. However, we may need to adjust delivery times and/or deliver partial orders in the event of any possible factory impact.

Compact, highly reliable pushbuttons and Emergency Stop buttons

NEW pushbuttons and illuminated pushbuttons for 16.2 mm mounting holes are especially suitable for handheld control devices, or any application that requires robust switch functions in a low profile. They are very compact and provide distinct haptic feedback. Read more

Video guide: New features in script language for motion controllers from FAULHABER

Use our brief video introduction & guide for information on how to program and get started!

FAULHABER’S motion controller provides a simple solution to quickly let you realise your dynamic design ideas

This is particularly important in today’s world as the demands for decentralized electronics and capacity to handle complex real-time applications become ever higher.

Of course, both motor and motion controller can do significantly more than is shown here. For a more comprehensive instruction of how to program in BASIC for automation purposes, use the whitepaper from FAULHABER concerning its local scripting capabilities (pdf).

Interested in downloading the ‘Motion Manager’ software and try out the motion controller while connected to a motor? We guide you all the way in below videotutorial.


Want to know more? Ask us and we’ll be happy to help!

LedgeCircle – 35 mm innovation that lights the way

Well thought-out lighting and a fresh appearance from the moment you step into the office was the idea behind the LedgeCircle ceiling range from the technology company DEFA. With a thickness of 35 mm – and world-class control options – the company itself points out that you can obtain a fresh and lightweight luminaire which is suitable for both walls and ceilings. Read more

DC motors in Ironhand® – the world’s first soft robotic muscle strengthening system for professional users

Ironhand’s® pioneering system has been developed to prevent and detect risks of repetitive strain injuries from grip-intensive tasks. The system combines neuroscience, mechatronics and robotics with unique digital functions and strengthens the user’s grip and endurance.

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Smart lighting control powered by Hytronik

Hytronik presents a completely new approach to lighting control – by introducing a range of wireless products based on Bluetooth technology. Read more

Video guide: Connect your motion controller and motor!

The motion controllers from FAULHABER are not only powerful  – the MC-series are easy to handle. But since you probably have more important things to do than to only read manuals, we’ve put together a simple guide in video format. In just 7.5 minutes, you will learn to connect the FAULHABER’s 3268 … BX4 brushless motor to the FAULHABER MC5010 motion controller.

We guide you all the way from downloading the free software, to writing and running a simple program that demonstrates a few different types of motion. Of course, both motor and motion controller can do significantly more than we show here.

Want to know more? Ask us and we’ll be happy to tell you more!

Intelligent light control to minimise waste

Fifty per cent. Pick a company at random and there is a high risk that much of their electricity consumption on lighting is wasted. Lamps are on even though nobody is there. The ‘last one out turns off the lights’ approach is a principle that has never worked anywhere. Read more

Scientist explains motor technology

The technology behind RoboDrive was originally designed for use in the space and for a number of years it has been used in a robot outside the ISS space station. In this video Manfred Schedl explains how the engine technology works as he originated and performed during his time at the German Aerospace Center (DLR).

RoboDrive multi-pole high torque motors for maximum torque and high precision – at the lowest possible weight and power loss. The motors are ideal for industries such as medical, aerospace, robotics and automation.

The application examples can provide guidance on how to benefit from RoboDrive. But there are of course more applications, or what do you think?

Contact me if you want to know more!