Train with full control
AQ Mekatronik in Bollnäs has made the new high-speed train master controller. The model is called MC 400 and is used to control the train’s speed and braking. It is a redundant system with two custom-made absolute encoders from Leine & Linde in each unit which produce a digital output signal pattern. Micro-switches were previously used for the signal pattern.
Positioning and speed control system for fifth largest telescope in the United States
Did you know that HEIDENHAIN components are within the new Discovery Channel Telescope (DCT) that has recently seen its first light at the Lowell Observatory in Arizona? As part of the DCT’s mount and control system developed by General Dynamics SATCOM Technologies (GDST), four HEIDENHAIN tape encoders and an EIB interface system are used inside to assist with its important positioning and speed functions.
Retrofit new encoders on large, early 80’s multi-axis robot motors for motor manufacturing process
Did you know that HEIDENHAIN are the rotary encoders of choice in the “vintage” robot upgrades going on at Baldor Electric Company today? Having acquired four used, large multi-axis Fanuc robots five years ago, Baldor is currently installing Baldor drives and controls to make these useful in their own motor manufacturing processes.
Maximum Precision for a New View of the Universe
Angle encoders from HEIDENHAIN for the world’s most powerful telescope By: DR. JOHANNES HEIDENHAIN GmbH, Traunreut, Germany The international ALMA project is a source of prestige for all those involved. Although the observatory is to be completed in 2013, it was already supplying breathtaking images from the depths of the universe on October 3, 2011. 25 […]