Hangstler FAQ's

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Up to three preselect values can be programmed: P0, P1, P2.

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Yes, you can determine signal times of up to ten minutes (formerly only up to 1 sec.).
You may select from 9 permanently pre-programmed signal times between 0.02 s and 10 s. In addition,
three user-defined signal times can be adjusted and stored.
By increasing the signal time to up to 10 minutes, processes can now also be controlled directly and no longer require intermediate control via PLC.

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Yes, it has. The input frequency of tico 772 is now 60 kHz, 12 times higher than that of tico 732.

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Measuring 48 x 48, tico 772 has the largest display of all products.
The first line features 6 digits and 9.3 mm;
The 2nd line has 6 digits and a height of 7.2 mm.

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tico 772 can be operated in five standard modes.
These are the pulse counter, tachometer, timer, shift counter and batch counter modes.

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Solid‐shaft encoders need a mounting flange and coupling. Hollow‐shaft encoders only need a spring tether to prevent the rotational movement of the encoder and absorb vibration.

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Both types are encoder versions with stainless-steel housings.

  • The "61" types are fitted with a solid, rugged stainless‐steel cover connected to the stainless‐steel flange. Standard cable fittings are made of nickel‐plated brass.
    => This design allows complex encoder versions, such as absolute encoders with bus covers and types that require protected access to the interior of the encoders, (e.g. dip switches).
  • The "59" types include a deep‐drawn stainless‐steel cover with a crimped stainless‐steel flange connection. Standard cable fittings are made of PVC.
    => This design is generally less expensive (although offering reduced variety of encoder versions): incremental encoders with cable connections, absolute encoders with cable connection and sealed cover (e.g. singleturn parallel, SSI or Interbus‐S).
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The following must be observed for "best case" and "worst case" considerations on current positioning data via SSI: 

The output of positioning data depends on several parameters, e.g. factor, conversion, data format, etc. Therefore, processing times will be different.

Using a processor system you will "only" obtain an average response time. If you poll the SSI channel with max. frequency of ‐> 500 kHz, i.e. (pulse time 2 μs * 26 bits + minimum required pause time 40 μs) this will result in a minimum time of approx. 100 μs. Thereafter, the system will need another 400‐500 μs for updating, so in the "worst case" you may obtain three times the same result (position)! Only by using significantly faster DSPs or ASICs can you obtain a time that is better by a factor of 10, or by using an encoder for motor control systems with an additional SIN/COSINE track.