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TECHNOLOGY IN ACTION ADVERTORIAL SICK opens up the HIPERFACE DSL® interface


CANopener Liberates Encoder Programming


with a CANopen interface. The battery-powered SICK PGT-12-PRO is a pocket-sized


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programming tool, designed initially for rapid configuring and programming of SICK’s AHS/AHM36 programmable absolute encoders and TMS/TMM inclination sensors with CANopen or analogue output. With a large LED display and simple intuitive menu


structure, the PGT-12-PRO enables easy set up and adjustment of parameters such as node-ID and baud-rate without having to complete complex and time-consuming set up. For more information on the SICK PGT-12-PRO hand-held


CANopen programmer, please contact Andrea Hornby on 01727 831121 or email andrea.hornby@sick.co.uk.


SICK u 01727 831121 u www.sick.co.uk


ICK has developed the SICK PGT-12-PRO, the world’s first hand-held programming tool for encoders and sensors


SICK’s Hand-held


users. When launched six years ago, the interface made a single cable servomotor a reliable proposition for the very first time. Following the rapid adoption of the revolutionary One Cable Technology, SICK has decided that the interface it invented will now be available as an open protocol. Already, over 40 major manufacturers of servo drive


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technology have discovered the advantages of integrating the HIPERFACE DSL® motor feedback technology into their products. Now tried, tested and field proven across the world, HIPERFACE DSL® has become recognised as the industry standard in One Cable Technology and the leading standard protocol for digital feedback systems in servo drive technology. Darren Pratt, SICK’s Product Manager for Encoders, in the UK said: “Creating an open interface is the logical next step in the phenomenal success story of Hiperface DSL®, especially as manufacturers move towards Industry 4.0-enabled production environments.


ICK has announced that it is opening up its HIPERFACE DSL® (Digital-Servo-Link) interface to all


HIPERFACE DSL® The HIPERFACE DSL® open interface brings together all the advantages of a digital real-time interface: One Cable Technology, continuous condition monitoring and – as a result – enormous potential for improved economic efficiency.


Data transmission in the motor cable HIPERFACE DSL® complies with the RS485 standard and enables reliable data transfer between drive and motor in servo drive systems via two wires which are directly integrated into the motor cable of up to 100 m in length. Electric drives featuring motor feedback systems and an integrated HIPERFACE DSL® interface have a distinctive outward appearance with just one motor connector.


SICK u 01727 831121 u www.sick.co.uk


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