ATEX/IECEx-certified rotary encoders are designed to operate safely in atmospheres where there are potentially dangerous levels of explosive gases or dust. These devices are part of the IXARC family of magnetic and optical rotary sensors and can be delivered with either programmable incremental or absolute output. Rugged, reliable and highly accurate, these devices can be ordered with a wide range of mounting and coupling options that ensure that they can be installed in Zones 2 and 22.
For Group II Applications Dedicated to Zone 2 & 22
Housing Material: Aluminum, Stainless Steel
Large Variety of Mechanical Combinations Available
Applications: Oil and Gas, Agriculture, Chemical Plants, Milling Operations
Economical LINARIX Draw Wire Sensors
POSITAL’s draw wire portfolio includes economical housings for 2.4 m and 7.5 m units. These light, cost-efficient units are perfect for medical equipment applications. Indoor material handling appliances, such as forklifts or AGVs, can be accommodated by our advanced longer draw wire with plastic housing. LINARIX linear sensors are available in many configurations to meet any application requirements. Options include a wide variety of outputs including analog, incremental, Fieldbus, and Ethernet variants.
Numerous Configurations for All Application Requirements
Magnetic vs Optical Measurement Principles
Magnetic encoders are typically more compact and rugged and until now, have offered lower levels of precision an dynamic response. POSITAL has eliminated the need for compromise by developing a new generation of magnetic absolute and incremental encoders that match the performance of optical shaft-mounted encoders in all but the most demanding applications.
Optical: High Resolution, Ideal for Magnetic Fields
Magnetic: Robust and Durable, No Battery, No Gear
Hall-effect Sensor System
Resolution, Accuracy, and Dynamic Response
Position Sensors for Medical Equipment
Modern devices used in the healthcare industry demand advanced technology for precise positioning. TILTIX inclinometers provide accurate measurements and are built to last the life of the equipment. LINARIX linear sensors offer a solution for tracking the position of patient tables. For complex applications, such as fluoroscopy or radiography tables or surgical C-arms, that require coordinated positioning of several components, IXARC absolute rotary encoders are an excellent option. Now with more autonomous robotics being used in medical applications, POSITAL’s family of kits become ideal for state-of-the-art medical equipment.