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Features:• Shaft position feedback — 0° to 359°• Precisely measures repetitive single turn rotary movement• Works on powered or manually driven shafts• Non-volatile memory — retains shaft position in the event of a power loss• Interface with a PLC or TR400SGA Remote Display Unit• Class I, Div I (C, D) Class II, Div I (E, F, G)Housed in a compact and rugged explosion proof, NEMA 4X enclosure, the SG1000C is an encoder-based position sensor providing a 4-20 mA output and is used to measure processes that have a repetitive single turn clockwise or counter clockwise rotary movement.
Once programmed, the SG1000C outputs a 4 mA DC signal when the encoder is at the beginning of its rotation (0 degrees) and outputs a 20 mA DC signal when the encoder is at the full turn position (359 degrees). When the encoder is at any position (between 0 degrees and 359 degrees) the SG1000C outputs a signal that is proportionally between 4 and 20 mA. Typically the SG1000C is used to sense the chute position of a rotary grain distributor enabling the end-user to very accurately monitor shaft position, ensuring accurate process control.
The optional TR400SGA Remote Display can provide +24 VDC power to the SG1000C, it can display the SG1000C's 4-20 mA signal (proportional to 0 through 359 degrees) in desired units, typically 0% to 100%. The TR400SGA also has two relays and a 4-20 mA proportional output.
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