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Meet us at SPS- Smart Production Solutions 2022!


Let’s measure motion! Leine Linde offers high-quality encoders for all sensing applications in motion control and automation. Discover our wide range of products and solutions combined with innovations and product news at the SPS exhibition November 8th-10th in Nuremberg.


Come and visit us in hall 4A, booth 310 where Performance, Diagnostics & Safety comes together!




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Meet us at the booth!

Klaus Korger

Regional Sales Manager Germany

Andreas Frochte

Regional Sales Manager Germany

Urban Norén

Sales Manager


Francesc Comas

Regional Sales Manager Spain & Portugal

Bruno Anfossi

Region Sales Manager Italy

Gianpiero Coss

Sales Engineer Italy

M500 – Your future heroes, incremental encoders for motion control

Our new line of inductive encoders, the M500 series, is designed to meet the challenges of today and requirements of tomorrow.

Several variants can be delivered in full compliance with industrial standards of today. Other variants are defining future standards through their innovative features.

600 Industrial – Absolute encoder for general automation

The inductive 600 series is based on special technology developed to increase the encoder’s durability in demanding environments.

Thanks to our inductive scanning method and that robust ball bearings have been used in the series, the product is one of the most robust ø58 mm encoder on the market.

The design provides increased resistance to vibrations and consequently even extends service life.

ADS Uptime™ – More data for proactive maintenance

Encoders with built-in ADS Uptime™ will enable monitoring the most relevant data from rotary installations and motors. ADS solutions will naturally simplify the move from preventive maintenance, to start practising proactive maintenance. 

ADS Online – Step into Industry 4.0!

Predict maintenance needs of the encoder and get more control, more data. ADS Online is a condition monitoring solution, integrated in Leine Linde encoders, which simplifies the step into Industry 4.0.

ADS Classic – For condition-based maintenance

Encoders featuring the advanced diagnostics system ADS Classic are capable of self-diagnosis. They warn of pending internal problems, so that maintenance can be planned and unscheduled operational downtime avoided.

FSI 900 – Safety for automation

Make sure that speed, acceleration, and end positions keep within safe limits in a functionally safe manner, certified in accordance with SIL2/PLd category 3. The FSI 900 is more than an absolute encoder, proving how Leine Linde´s technical solutions focus on the user conditions and needs.

FSI 800 – Safety for drives

Achieve functional safety SIL2 and PLd category 3 in accordance with EN ISO 13849-1 with the FSI 800 series. These functionally safe heavy duty incremental encoders are made with a slip-free shaft or hollow-shaft construction.

Industries in the spotlight

Wind power turbines

Reliable sensor solutions increase the efficiency and the lifetime of the wind power plant, which leads to a significantly lower levelized cost of energy (LCOE). Leine Linde encoders and sensors are made to fit – mechanically, electrically and with the right signals and interfaces.

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Ensure full availability and uninterrupted operation of cranes equipped with products from Leine Linde. Our encoders and sensors can be trusted to deliver accurate data even in challenging coastal environments to keep cranes in operation, around the clock, no matter the weather or season.

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Heavy-duty process automation

Heavy-duty process automation, in for example steel or paper mills, require precision measurement with high resolution – with maximum uptime. Leine Linde encoders can be trusted to deliver precise data, month after month and year after year - even in demanding environments.

Find out more about encoders for pulp & paper

Find out more about encoders for steel mills

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