D-sub connections, 15-pin, female (X11 to X14), for four encoders
1 VPP ( 11 µAPP upon request)
Voltage supply for encoders
DC 5.12 V ±0.15 V; max. 450 mA per channel
Overcurrent protection (automatic switch-off, resettable) at 550 mA
≤ 500 kHz
Automatic adjustment of offset, phase and amplitude
≤ 150 m
≤ 100 m
Data register for measured values
48 bits (only 44 bits are used)
Derived from axis 1 (only 1 VPP)5),
Interpolation factor can be set from 1-fold to 100-fold
Can be used as trigger source or additional counting axis
Typically 250,000 position values per channel
Storage of the measured values of the four axes alternatively through external or internal trigger.
External: • Signal via trigger input • Software command (over Ethernet)
Internal: • Timer • Interval counter • Reference pulse of the respective axis (from axis 1 also possible for other axes)
D-sub connection, 9-pin, male
Differential inputs as per RS-485, (terminating resistors can be activated)
D-sub connection, 9-pin, female
4 differential outputs as per RS-485
Access to measured values
Depends on the selected operating mode (see separate table)
Ethernet as per IEEE 802.3 (10/100/1000 Mbit/s)
Automatic assignment through Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) or manual assignment
≈ 213 mm x 152 mm x 42 mm
0 °C to 45 °C
0 °C to 70 °C
EIB 741: AC 100 V to 240 V (±10 %), 50 Hz to 60 Hz (±2 %), power consumption approx. 30 W
EIB 742: DC 24 V (-15 %/+20 %), max. 2 A
1) The supply voltage range of the encoder must be maintained; specified cable length applies when HEIDENHAIN cables are used.
2) Various trigger sources can be assigned to the individual axes.
3) Can also be used as logical input or output.
4) The quality of the data cable between EIB and PC must be adapted to the transmission rate and cable length.
5) Maximum input frequency during referencing 70 kHz
Remark: The available functions can be expanded by updating the firmware.
EIB 700 Series