“WOW” Connect Serial Synchronous Interface (SSI) signals locally

“A high-performance solution for positioning tasks with u-remote.”

AP_UR20_encoder_Det1In many applications, it is vital that positions are recorded accurately.  SSI interfaces with serial data transmission reliably pass on absolute values and provide exact information about positions.

With the single-channel u-remote SSI module, all standard SSI encoders can be easily connected and are capable of bi-directional communication with the master through various fieldbuses.

Suitable for 5 V and 24 V SSI encoders, even in fast applications.

u-remote enables the connection of 5 V and 24 V SSI sensors.  An FE connection allows the required cable shielding to be connected directly.  With the real-time system bus, you can independently design a solution for extremely fast positioning tasks.

Product advantages:

Fast transmission: The u-remote system bus with real-time functionality allows even the fastest of positioning tasks to be automated with the SSI module.

Simple fieldbus integration: Since the transmission rate, data format and data width can all be flexibly parameterised, the u-remote SSI module can be optimally adapted to the task at hand

You can find out more information on our website, and download our brochure. Alternatively, please feel free to email us, call our u-remote sales specialist, Martin Costin on  07778 990958, or contact our office on 0845 094 2006.

Weidmüller – electrical connection, transmission and conversion of power, signals and data in the industrial environment – Let’s connect.

This post was updated by Lesley Young from Weidmüller UK.

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