GEL 2037 - Absolute Encoder

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Description

  • Multiturn absolute rotary encoders with a resolution of
    up to 25 bits in a compact design
  • Magneto-resistive scanning of a diametral magnet provides
    unambiguous position values at every angular position
    via the SSI interface
  • Magnetic scanning is not subject to ageing and is resistant
    to temperature fluctuations, contamination or con-
    densation
  • Redundant position signal can be provided by integrated
    resolver

Features

  • Total resolution 25 bits
  • Absolute accuracy 0.8°C
  • Output signal SSI or SSI and resolver
  • Magnetic gear

Advantages

  • Suitable for all standard applications and also for real heavy-duty applications
  • Withstands high shock/ vibration loads
  • Not affected by dirt or oil mist
  • Temperature behaviour stable over the long-term
  • Full function in case of condensation: dew-point resistant!
  • No ageing of the magnetic sensor technology

Fields of application

  • Construction machines
  • Agricultural machines
  • Food industry
  • Wind power
  • Offshore technology



Description


Construction and design

The encoder housing made of anodised aluminium has a flange dimension of 58 mm. The absolute rotary encoder GEL 2037 is suitable for standard and heavy-duty applications, it also withstands aggressive media and impresses with a long, maintenance-free service life.
The GEL 2037 is available with a heavy-duty flange or clamping flange with tooth wheel adapter.
A very compact redundant system is realised by combination with a resolver. The complete electrical isolation of the resolver from the magnetic absolute rotary encoder ensures true redundancy of the absolute position values.

Sensing principle

The GEL 2037 is based on the contactless magnetic scanning of a diametral magnet. Magnetoresistive sensors measure directly the absolute position within a turn and a magnetic gear supplies the number of turns.
The multiturn absolute rotary encoders in the GEL 2037 series provide an unambiguous position value for each angular position with a resolution of up to 25 bits. In the process, the singleturn stages operate with a resolution of up to 13 bits. The multiturn stage is based on a magnetic gear that saves the number of turns in a non-volatile form. The magnetic absolute rotary encoder supplies the position values in binary or gray code via a synchronous serial interface, (SSI).
The synchronous serial interface transfers the position data at a clock frequency of up to 1 MHz. Prior to further position sampling, a minimum clock pulse space of 25 µs must be met.

Principle of the serial data transmission
gray code (25 bits), RS 422 / RS 485 standard
f     ≥ 40 kHz
T     Length of the clock signal period (= 1/clock frequency)
Tp    Clock pulse space,
        between the clock sequences TP ≥ 25 μs

Temperature ranges

High precision SMD components are used in the absolute rotary encoder. Despite careful selection, thermal ageing of these components cannot be excluded. For this reason the encoder should be stored at a temperature from -40 °C to 85 °C.
Operating temperatures of -40 °C to 85 °C are allowed, an installed absolute rotary encoder is not allowed to exceed this temperature range. The function of the absolute rotary encoder is ensured within the operating temperature range allowed, (DIN 32878); here it is the temperature at the encoder housing that applies.
The temperature of the absolute rotary encoder is affected by the installation situation (thermal conductance, thermal radiation), the heating caused by the absolute rotary encoder (bearing friction, electrical power loss) and the ambient temperature. The operating temperature may be higher than the ambient temperature depending on the operation of the absolute rotary encoder.
Depending on the supply voltage the heating caused by the encoder can be up to 10 °C. At high operating speeds > 5,000 min-1 the heating caused by the encoder can be up to 20 °C due to the bearing friction.
If the absolute rotary encoder is operated close to the limits of the specifications allowed, the ambient temperature must be reduced by suitable means (cooling) such that the operating temperature range allowed is not exceeded.

Technical data

SD SR TD
General
Incremental deviation < 0,01°
Absolute accuracy (DIN 32876) < 0,8°
Electrical data
Supply voltage 10 to 30 V
with reverse voltage protection
5 V ± 5%
without reverse
voltage protection
Power consumption 400 mW
Single turn resolution 8192 steps per revolution (13 Bit)
Multi turn resolution 4096 steps per revolution (12 Bit gear)
Digital interface SSI (max. transmission rate 1 MHz)
Mechanical data
Moment of inertia of rotor 611.8 x 10-6 kgm2
Werkstoffe Aluminium anodised
Weight 450 g
Operating speed (limit) 265 N / 100 N, at 100 min-1
Bearing life > 105 h at 1,000 min-1
Environmental data
Operating temperature range -40 °C to 85 °C
Working temperature range -40 °C to 85 °C
Storage temperature range -40 °C to 85 °C
Protection class according to DIN 60529 IP 67
Vibration resistance (DIN EN 60068-2-6) 200 m/s2, 10 to 2,000 Hz
Shock protection (DIN EN 60068-2-27) 2000 m/s2, 11 ms
EMC EN 61000-6-1 to 4
Isolation resistance Ri > 1 MΩ, at a testing voltage of 500 V AC
Relative humidity max. 99 %
Condensation permissible,
according to DIN EN 60068-2-30 Part 2 of 1999

Interfaces

Synchronous serial interface

Direction of rotation

The encoder can output increasing position values on the clockwise or counter clockwise rotation of the shaft. The direction of rotation can be selected by using the CW/CCW input (counting direction).

Position values on the clockwise rotation of the shaft

Standard:
GND on CW/CCW
or not connected: Increasing pos. ↑
Inverse:
VS on CW/CCW: Reducing pos. ↓

Cable length

With the synchronous serial interface protocol the transmission rate allowed drops with increasing cable length. A screened, twisted pair cable is recommended for the signal cables (± CLOCK and ± DATA).


Cable length [m] < 50 < 100 < 200 < 400
Clock frequency [kHz] < 400 < 300 < 200 < 100

PRESET function

The output signals can be set to a PRESET value from any position. As supplied the encoder is set to half the maximum resolution. The PRESET is set electronically if the supply voltage VS is briefly t > 100 ms applied to the PRESET input (do NOT apply continuously). As an alternative there is a PRESET push-button recessed into the base of the housing (IP 67). The PRESET push-button can be operated using a pin (t > 100 ms). Other PRESET values are available on request.
After activation of the PRESET function the value is available immediately internally, but is only transmitted via SSI after 3 s.
The PRESET function and the direction of rotation (SSI) are disabled from a threshold of 2 V on the input pin.

Preset push-button



1 Preset push-button (IP67)

Interfaces

Resolver

A resolver is integrated into the rotary encoder GEL 2037
SR. This supplies a redundant position signal within a turn.

Resolver configuration




R1, R2 Primary (rotor)
S1 to S4 Secondary (stator)

Technical data of resolver
Input voltage 7 V rms
Primary ER1-R2= Esin ωt
Secondary ES1-S3= KER1-R2Cos θ, K = conversion ratio
ES2-S4= KER1-R2Sin θ
Input frequency 10 kHz (max. permissible deviation ± 5 %)
Conversion ratio 0.5 ± 5 %
Precision (measurement errors) ± ± 10'
Zero potential max. 20 mV rms
Phase separation Nominally 0°
Speed ripple max. 1.5 % at 1,500 min-1
Insulation resistance 100 M Ω at 500 V DC
Input current max. 80 mA

Dimensional drawing



Dimensional drawing GEL 2037 - heavy-duty flange



Dimensional drawing GEL 2037 - clamping flange with tooth wheel adapter




Connection



Connector assignment SSI interface (SD, TD)

Connection PIN Signal Description




Connector M23, 12-pin

1 GND Earth
2 Data+ Differential data signal in accordance with RS 485
3 Clock+ Differential clock signal in accordance with RS 485
4 Sense- 5 V voltage monitoring (only for TD)
6 Sense+ 5 V voltage monitoring (only for TD)
7 CW/CCW Direction of rotation
8 UB Operating voltage, (1)
9 PRESET Electronic adjustment
UB, t > 100 ms
10 Data- Differential data signal in accordance with RS 485
11 Clock- Differential clock signal in accordance with RS 485

Connector assignment SSI interface with resolver (SR)

Connection PIN Signal Description



Connector M23, 17-pin

1 R1 Resolver signal
2 R2 Resolver signal
3 S4 Resolver signal
4 S3 Resolver signal
5 CW/CCW Direction of rotation
6-7 - Not used
8 Clock- Differential clock signal in accordance with RS 485
9 Data- Differential data signal in accordance with RS 485
10 GND Earth
11 UB Operating voltage, (1)
12 PRESET Electronic adjustment
UB, t > 100 ms
13 S2 Resolver signal
14 S1 Resolver signal
15 Clock+ Differential clock signal in accordance with RS 485
16 Data+ Differential data signal in accordance with RS 485




Type code GEL 2037





Customer-specific designs

Customer-specific modifications to mechanical and electrical features are in principle possible.

Accessories

Description Item number
Metal coupling MK 8, inside diameter: 5 to 12 mm (state shaft diameter) MK 8
Metal coupling MK 12, inside diameter: 6 to 15 mm (state shaft diameter) MK 12
Clamp coupling KK14, inside diameter: 6 to 16 mm (state shaft diameter) KK 14
Clamping elements (3 pieces) KL 200
12-pole mating connector M23, straight GG126
17-pole mating connector M23, straight FS 11311