The speed monitors of the DZ series have been
developed for installation in control cabinets.
They are used to monitor overspeed,
direction of rotation or standstill in machines.
Special speed monitor models that have an analog
output can also be used for open-loop and
closed-loop control tasks.
The special features of our speed monitors are the
very high frequency range, the fast reaction and
the simple adjustability of the speed, direction
and standstill parameters depending on the input signals used.
DZ210: Monitor for direction of rotation and standstill
Electronic monitor for monitoring left/right rotation
and machine standstill. With universal pulse inputs
for all common incremental encoders and sensors.
-Pulse input in format A, B, 90° [HTL] or A, /A, B, /B
[RS422], 1-track also possible
-Input frequency up to 500 kHz
-2 output relays with potential-free changeover
2 transistor outputs with high-side driver,
short-circuit proof, [7 ... 30 VDC]
DZ260: Speed monitor with 3 output relays and analogue output
Compact built-in device for monitoring overspeed,
underspeed, standstill and direction of rotation
with universal inputs for incremental encoders,
proximity switches, light barriers or sensors.
-Pulse input in format A, B, 90° [HTL]
or A, /A, B, /B
1-track also possible
-Input frequency up to 1MHz
-3 potential-free changeover output relays
-14-bit analogue output for ±10 V or 0/4 ... 20 mA
DZ261: Speed monitor with 3 transistor outputs and analogue output
Speed monitoring like DZ260, but with 3 fast transistor switching outputs instead of relays.
DS246: Safe speed monitor with SinCos encoder input
Design like DS240, but without signal splitter.
DZ266: Speed monitor with analogue output
Speed monitoring like DZ260, but without relay.
DZ269: Speed monitor with 3 transistor outputs
Speed monitoring like DZ260, but with 3 fast transistor switching outputs, without analogue output.
DZ267: Speed monitor with 3 output relays
Speed monitoring like DZ260, but without analogue output.