Avtron AV115 THIN-LINE III™ Encoders

Avtron AV115 THIN-LINE III™ Encoders

STRONGER and SMARTER

  • Heavy Mill Duty
  • Simple, Secure Installation
  • All models are protected against all short circuits and wiring errors
  • Wide-Gap Technology: No Sensor Scraping or Adjustment
  • 4 - 50000 PPR
  • No Couplings or Bearings
  • Sealed Electronics
  • Self-Diagnostic LED and Alarm Output
  • Universal 5-24V Operation
  • 3 Year No-Hassle Warranty
  • Adapters available to fit Euro 85mm B-Flanges
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AV115 THIN-LINE III™ heavy mill duty modular magnetic encoders fit standard 115mm flange motors.  Adapters are available to fit European B-flange (85mm/100mm BC) motors.  Other THIN-LINE III models, ranging from 4.5" to 8.5", are available to fit other motor sizes as needed.  For Euro B-flange, AV45 is also available.

THIN-LINE III encoders feature simple installation, durable construction, and clear diagnostics to eliminate encoder-related downtime:

First, the magnetic sensors are fully potted to withstand dirt and liquids.  No glass disks, no optics to clog.  There are no moving, wearing parts!  The patented Wide-Gap™ Cam Screw Rotors™ put an end to sensor damage, are simpler to install, and stay securely mounted to the shaft.  The universal 5-24V design drives longer cables and is protected against wiring errors and surges.

When you power up an AV115, you know you installed it right: the green light tells you the digital self-tuning has set your AV115 optimally.  If at any time, the AV115 cannot produce ideal signals, the light changes to red and the remote alarm contact activates. However, the encoder keeps working to give you time to schedule service.  Any time there are wiring errors, the LED changes to orange. 

With a real-world installation history of over 4,500,000 hour MTBF, AV115 encoders will keep your machine running 24/7/365!

Operating Power: Volts: 5 - 24 VDC; Current: 80mA, no load
Output Format: A Quad B with Marker (A,A–, B,B–, Z,Z–)
Second Isolated Output: Optional
Frequency Range: @5V, @1m cable, 250 kHz Max
@24V, @300m cable, #8 output, 45 kHz Max  
Max. Instantaneous Current Output: 3000 mA
PPR: 4 - 50000
Speed: 5000 RPM Max. std., for higher speeds, consult factory
Electronics: Fully Encapsulated, IP67**
Temperature: -40° to 100°C (150°C rotor)
Vibration: 18 g’s
Shock: 1 meter drop test
Chemical: Polyurethane enamel paint protects against salt spray, mild acids, and bases
Weight: 0.9kg to 1.36kg.

  • Resists failures from dirt, oil, and water contamination
  • Highly resistant to electrical and magnetic motor and brake noise
  • If damaged, electronics can be replaced without removing rotor
  • Highest rotor holding force available for crane/hoist/brake applications
  • No air gap adjustment required
  • Fits shafts 11mm - 85mm
  • Fits Nidek FEK motors
  • 4,500,000+ hour MTBF design
  • Thin Profile
  • Dual Flange Standard
  • Marker Pulse Standard
  • -40°C thru +100°C Operation Standard
  • Excellent for gear motors and brake applications
  • Patented Cam Screw Rotor™ eliminates rotor slipping
  • Built-in rotor position guide and diagnostic check
Industry General Food & Beverage Pulp & Paper Wood Products Wind Power Crane & Hoist Metals Mining Marine Oil & Gas

Light Mill Duty

AV20, AV25, AV32, AV6A, AV6M, HS25A, HS35A, HS6A, HS6M, K661,
                   

Mill Duty

AV32, HS35M, K661, M185, M3, M3(small), RAHS35M
                   

Heavy Mill Duty

AV115, AV125, AV45, AV5, AV56, AV56S, AV67, AV85, AV850, AV850Test, AVSK, Carlen Replacement, HS45, K661, M4, M4(small), XR115, XR12, XR125, XR45, XR4F, XR5, XR56, XR85, XR850, XR97, XRB1, XRB2
                   

Severe Mill Duty

AV12, AV30, AV485, AV5, AV685, Carlen Replacement, HS40, K661, M484, M6, M6C, M7, XR12, XR485, XR5, XR685, XR97, XRB1, XRB2,
                   
Avtron's AV115 encoders directly replace competitive models, including:

Lakeshore/Northstar: SL115

For direct model replacements, try our cross reference page
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  • A Quad B

    A Quad B refers to the set of output quadrature signals from an incremental quadrature encoder to indicate speed and direction, including complements: A, A NOT, B, B NOT (, , , ). Most Avtron encoders offer A Quad B output at no extra cost.  For more information on quadrature- Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Quadrature_phase

  • B10 Flange

    A flange used on European IEC frame motors to mount encoders (analogous to the NEMA 56C flange).  6 holes are located on a 100mm bolt circle, surrounding an 85mm flange.  Avtron offers the AV45 heavy duty encoder which directly fits the B10 flange, as well as the AV115 bearingless encoder which can be adapted to the B10 flange.

  • Encoder

    A device which indicates position and speed via a set of digital outputs. Incremental encoders output quadrature (A Quad B) signals, and may add a marker pulse once per revolution.  Absolute encoders typically indicate position via a digital message, a set of parallel outputs, or analog values.

  • Flange Adapter

    A Flange Adapter provides the NEMA 56C motor mounting face and properly locates the encoder shaft. The encoder shaft and motor shaft are then connected using a flexible coupling. (Drawing "A") Often flange adapters can be eliminated by directly mounting a modular encoder such as an Avtron AV125, AV850, AV56, AV67, AV85, AV115 unit on the motor flange. (Drawing "B")

  • Heavy Mill Duty

    Heavy Mill Duty encoders are designed to withstand temperature cycling, extreme temperatures, contaminants, bearing loads, and physical force.

  • Industrial EPIC

    The preferred encoder connector of most users in North America. It contains a full size terminal strip and, unlike the MS connector, requires no soldering for quick field connections. Avtron offers pin-for-pin exact replacements for competitors’ models using industrial EPIC® style connectors. EPIC® is a registered trademark of the Lapp Group.

  • Magnetic Encoder

    Magnetic and magnetoresistive encoders typically use a magnetized rotor with north and south poles lined up around the perimeter of the disk. A magnetoresistive sensor detects the transitions, and these are the counts or pulses generated by the encoder. Magnetic encoders withstand dirt, dust, water, and temperature changes far better than optical encoders.

  • Magnetic Rotor

    A magnetized disk with multiple north and south poles lined up around the perimeter of the disk. A magnetoresistive sensor detects the transitions and generates the pulses generated by the magnetic encoder.

  • Magnetoresistive Sensor

    A sensor that detects the magnetic poles on an encoder's magnetic rotor and transforms them into pulses. Avtron magnetoresistive (MR) sensors use advanced technology to reject external magnetic signals such as brake solenoids and motor magnetic fields. MR sensors enable Avtron magnetic encoders to ignore dirt, oil, water, and other contaminants.

  • Marker Pulse

    The Marker Pulse occurs once per revolution. The purpose of the marker pulse is to provide a repeatable home position location for positioning applications. The marker pulse is often abbreviated as "ØZ" or "Z" in the USA and "C" or "N" in Europe.

  • Modular Encoders

    Modular Encoders mount to a machined C-face or flange adapter on the motor (drive or non-drive end). Modular encoders consist of a rotor that mounts on the shaft, and a stator that bolts to the motor frame. Modular encoders are very rugged, and Avtron encoders feature Wide-Gap sensors to avoid complex shimming or fitting to the motor. Modular C-face encoders are typically used on DC motors; but some AC motors, such as Rockwell’s RPM III AC and Marathon’s Blue and Black Max motors, have C-faces standard on the non-drive end for mounting an encoder.

  • MR

    Magnetoresistive (MR) sensors are used in Avtron encoders to provide high accuracy and superior reliability versus optical sensing systems.  For more information on magnetoresistivity:  Wiki:  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Magnetoresistive

  • PPR

    Pulses Per Revolution. Most Avtron encoders output quadrature pulses, with four times as many lines as pulses. Often lines can be counted in the drive/speed controller for higher resolution applications.

  • Quadrature

    To determine which direction an encoder is revolving, encoders output quadrature signals: two streams of pulses, A & B, generated at 90° timing angles. (Also called A Quad B) A leading B indicates rotation in one direction; B leading A indicates the encoder is rotating in the opposite direction. Example: “A leads B with clockwise rotation as viewed from the encoder face on an HS45 encoder." Many encoders with quadrature outputs also have complementary outputs: A NOT and B NOT signals.

  • Wide-Gap Technology

    Avtron encoders use special optical sensors and magnetoresistive sensors, combined with proprietary circuit designs to allow the sensor to be located much farther from the magnetic rotor or optical disk. This eliminates sensor crashes and makes mounting easy and forgiving of mechanical variation.

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