INTERBUS NETWORK RESOLVER
InterBus Network Resolver is a resolver-based encoder, in which
the analog signal produced by a brushless resolver is transformed
to a digital format by a built-in ratiometric tracking converter.
This new concept and the advanced technology of the InterBus
Network Resolver, with electronic circuitry provides higher
accuracy, increased reliability, higher operating speeds, more
flexible counts per turn, and a smaller size than optical
Optics, MIL-Grade Resolver
is no optically encoded disc or similar component used in the
InterBus Network Resolver. A miniature MIL-Grade resolver produces
an analog position signal and high-grade electronics molded in
epoxy transforms this signal to digital format. The resolver is a
passive transducer, well known for its ruggedness and performance
in hostile industrial environments. The Network Resolver combines
the ruggedness of a resolver with the reliability of solid-state
electronics and is designed to operate reliably under severe
environmental conditions, such as: mechanical shock, vibration,
temperature and humidity changes, oil mist, coolants, and
solvents. No broken discs! No disc misalignments! No LED aging!
Resolution in a Small, Compact Housing
The single-turn InterBus Network Resolver provides up to 12-bit
Binary, Gray Code, or BCD in either a size 25--2.5" (63.5 mm)
or a size 40--4.0" (101.6 mm) diameter housing.
The InterBus Network Resolver is an absolute encoder. That is, it
keeps track of the exact shaft position even during a power outage
or switching off the machine. At power-up, the Network Resolver
will pick up the exact shaft position even if the machine moved
during the power outage. In a single-turn operation, the machine
cycle is completed during one complete revolution of the
CW or CCW Operation
The InterBus Network Resolver is factory-wired for ascending
counts with CCW shaft rotation. However, the direction of
operation can be easily selected in the field by opening up the
case and simply reversing the resolver-input plug. No wires need
to be unsoldered or soldered.
The AVG Automation ratiometric-converter is practically immune to
electrical noise, voltage, frequency and temperature variations,
and can track speeds up to 5000 RPM.
InterBus Network Resolver model is enclosed in a size 25--2.5"
(63.5 mm) or size 40--4.0" (101.6 mm) diameter, NEMA 13
housing and designed for medium-duty (size 25) or heavy-duty (size
40) applications. It is available as a flange mount (size 25), a
servo mount model (size 25), or face mount (size 40) with an
InterBus connector at the end.