Michigan Scientific End of Shaft Slip Ring Assemblies are typically used for torque, stress, temperature, vibration and acceleration measurements on rotating devices such as wheels, axles, engines, gearboxes, electric motors, compressors, etc.
Low electrical noise level
Reliable – no cleaning or routine maintenance
Permanently lubricated bearings
Wire termination to color coded solder terminals and/or quick disconnect circular connectors
4, 6, 8 or 10 circuits Precision optical encoder for measuring torsional vibration, rpm and angular position Encoder has 2 channel quadrature output (for determining direction of rotation) and an index pulse Encoder pulse/rev choices; 100, 256, 360 or 512 Encoder pulse location accuracy 0.1° 2” and 2.5” diameter rotor flanges
10, 20 or 36 circuits Completely weatherproof 2” and 2.5” diameter rotor flanges Rotation sensor, options: (E) optical encoder, quadrature outputs (50, 100, 256, 360 or 512 ppr) & index pulse. Encoder pulse location accuracy 0.25°. (R) resolver, which is an absolute analog position sensor. (T) tachometer, optical encoder explained in (E) and instantaneous analog velocity and angular position outputs, which are easy to record.