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BMC messsysteme GmbH (bmcm) – innovative measurement technology of incremental linear or Rotary position changes and serve as sensors for displacement and angle measurement. Their function is in principle that evenly spaced segments on a scale or a disc in movement generate electrical impulses. The current position is the sum of the through increments. It combines an incremental encoder with a PC-measurement system, the electrical impulses as a digital signal can be recorded and evaluated. BMC messsysteme GmbH (bmcm), longtime manufacturer of PC measurement technology, offers a measurement system with his USB device meM-INC, up to three incremental encoder can be connected to this.

ger/pr-mem-inc.html allow highly accurate measurements in the range of 5-30V galvanically increment algae be clean corridors. To use the incremental encoder in its zero position, you can connect an external counter reset. Upon reaching the maximum counting range of 32 bit, the counter is also zero reset. The three modes of the meM INC allow variability: pulse measurement in incremental sebum function frequency measurement is the pure collection of counts for example in large quantities in industrial production of use, or to automate operations. meM-INC acquires signals from up to 64kHz in this case. In contrast to pure pulse measurement, in addition, the counting direction taken into account when connecting an incremental encoder, so counting up or down.

These sensors can be found in almost all sectors of industry and are used, for example, to the positioning of robot arms, printer heads, or even computer mice. Since incremental spend two signals for counting and determining the direction of, the maximum pulse frequency of the meM-INC in this mode will be halved. The ability to measure frequencies, 64kHz meM-INC suitable for determining speed of shaft or rotating machines. Three adjustable gate time allow the optimization of the device to the respective measurement task. Choosing a small gate time, smallest frequency changes of faster signals can be measured, whereas a large gate time enables highly accurate measurements in the low frequency range.


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