|Item Name:||SINO KA600-1200mm Professional Glass Linear Encoder Designed For Milling Operations||Application:||Linear Encoder Digital Readout Systems DRO|
|Usage:||Position Sensor Scaling||Resolution:||0.5/1/5 μm|
|Function:||EDM/Lathe/Grinding/Boring Machine/Milling Machine||Customized Length:||1000mm/1100mm/1200mm/1300mm/1400mm/1500mm1600mm/1700mm/1800mm|
SINO KA600-1200mm Glass Linear Encoder,
Glass Linear Encoder For Milling
SINO KA600-1200mm Professional Linear Glass Scales Linear Encoder For Milling Machines
SINO KA600-1200mm Professional Glass Linear Encoder Designed For Milling Operations
The SINO KA600 linear glass scales linear encoder is specifically designed for milling machines, providing precise and reliable measurement capabilities. With a length of 1200mm, it offers a wide range of applications and can accurately measure linear movements.
Professional linear glass scales linear encoder designed for milling machines
Length of 1200mm for versatile applications
Provides precise and reliable measurement capabilities
Ensures accurate and consistent linear movement measurements
Enhances the precision and accuracy of milling operations
Enables precise positioning and measurement of linear movements
Facilitates optimal performance and quality of milling processes
The SINO KA600 linear scale is a precision measuring device commonly used in various industries, including machining, manufacturing, and metrology. It is designed to provide accurate and reliable measurements of linear displacement or position.
The SINO KA600 linear scale is known for its high precision, durability, and resistance to environmental factors such as dust, temperature variations, and vibrations. It is commonly used in conjunction with milling machines, lathes, coordinate measuring machines (CMMs), and other industrial equipment that require precise positioning or dimensional measurements.
L0: Effective measuring length of encoder L1: Dimension of encoder mounting hole
L2: Encoder overall dimension
The scale graduations are typically evenly spaced and represent a specific measurement increment, such as millimeters or inches. As the read head moves along the scale, the photoelectric sensor detects the graduations, and the sensor outputs electrical signals that indicate the position. These signals can be interpreted by a digital display unit or a computerized system to provide real-time position feedback.
All linear scales will be tested before delivery. Here is a sample of a scale's testing report.
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