Connectivity matters

– interfaces for all industries

Leine & Linde provides a variety of different incremental and absolute output signals as well as fieldbus interfaces – all to fulfil the industrial automation needs for feedback and control.

Incremental output signals
HTL Incremental output signal with voltage level 9-30 Vdc and encoder supply voltage 9-30 Vdc.
HCHTL Incremental output signal with voltage level 9-30 Vdc and encoder supply voltage 9-30 Vdc for long cables
TTL Incremental output signal with voltage level 5 Vdc and encoder supply voltage 5 Vdc.
1 Vpp Sinusoidal incremental signal with amplitude of typically 1 V peak-to-peak.
RS422 Incremental output signal with voltage level 5 Vdc and encoder supply voltage 9-30 Vdc.

 

Absolute signals and fieldbus interfaces
SSI Absolute synchronous serial interface for point-to-point communication.
EnDatTM Absolute serial bi-directional interface for both reading and writing values from the encoder.
BiLLTM Absolute bi-directional master/slave interface developed by Leine & Linde.
Analogue Absolute interface represented by an output current between 0-20 mA or 4-20 mA.
Parallel Absolute output that provides real-time absolute position values.
PROFIBUS DP® A standard for fieldbus communication in automation technology.
PROFINET IRT® A standard for Industrial Ethernet communication based on PROFIBUS.
EtherNet/IPTM Fieldbus communication based on Ethernet standard combined with Common Industrial Protocol (CIP).
EtherCAT® An open real-time Ethernet network originally developed by Beckhoff.
CANopen® A CAN-based communication system.
DeviceNetTM A multi-drop network that connects and serves as a communication network between industrial controllers and I/O devices.
DRIVE-CLiQTM Ethernet based interface from Siemens for connection of different kinds of components, like motors, frequency converters and encoders.