Penny + Giles introduces two CAN bus interface versions of its popular contactless rotary position sensor

Christchurch, UK – 29th May, 2012 – Penny + Giles – a business group of Curtiss-Wright Controls and designer and manufacturer of high precision sensing technology – has continued the development of its SRH500 range of contactless rotary position sensors with the introduction of two CAN bus interface versions. 

The SRH520CN is a development of the company’s existing SRH501/2P model. It integrates additional electronics to provide either J1939 or CANopen options according to ISO/DIS 11898. Both versions also feature a 14 bit non-contact Hall effect sensor offering 0.022° resolution.

Historically, position sensors were connected indirectly to CAN networks via analogue input/output (I/O) modules. More recently however, an increasing number of position sensors with integrated CAN interfaces have been developed which, like the Penny + Giles SRH520CN, avoid cost-intensive I/O or gateway modules.

The J1939 version of the rotary position sensor is factory programmed by Penny + Giles to offer Direction, Baud Rate, Node ID and Frame Rate parameters. The CANopen version offers either Baud Rate or Node ID parameters, but is customer configurable to the CIA standard DS 301 protocol and supports the device profile for DS 406 encoders.

Both CAN bus interface models have shaft side protection to IP69K; a minimum IP67 protection to the rear when the M12 mating connector is attached and fully engaged; and operate from a 9 to 30Vdc unregulated supply. OEMs can also specify the output in a clockwise or anticlockwise direction.

Like the model it is based on, SRH520CN sensors are offered in a marine-grade aluminium housing with 87.5mm diameter flange and 12mm diameter shaft; and are designed to meet the harsh operating requirements of heavy duty industrial position sensing applications including construction, agricultural, military and utility vehicles; as well as a variety of uses in steelworks, marine equipment and power generating plants.

For further information or a technical datasheet on the new SRH520CN rotary position sensor from Penny + Giles call +44 (0)1202 409499, email sales@pennyandgiles.com or visit www.pennyandgiles.com.

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For further information, sales and reader service enquiries contact:
Mike Iles, Business Development Manager, Penny Giles Controls Ltd 15 Airfield Road, Christchurch, Dorset, BH23 3TG, United Kingdom. Tel: 44 (0)1202 409409, Email: mike.iles@pennyandgiles.com Web: www.pennyandgiles.com

For press information contact:
Simon Cantillion, Cantillion King Advertising 16 The Cornhill, Stroud, Gloucestershire, GL5 2JT, United Kingdom. Tel: 44 (0)1453 755551 Fax: 44 (0)1453 751525 E-mail: simon@cka.co.uk Web: www.cka.co.uk

About Curtiss-Wright Controls Industrial, Penny Giles:
Penny Giles is a global leader in the design and manufacture of specialist position sensors, solenoids and control hardware for industrial and defence markets. Headquartered in Christchurch, Dorset, United Kingdom, Penny Giles is part of Curtiss-Wright Controls Avionics & Industrial, a business unit of Curtiss-Wright Controls, Inc. For more information visit www.pennyandgiles.com.

About Curtiss-Wright Controls, Inc.:
Headquartered in Charlotte, NC, Curtiss-Wright Controls is the Motion Control segment of Curtiss-Wright Corporation and a leading designer and manufacturer of advanced technologies for niche actuation and drive applications, integrated sensors and electronic subsystems internationally for the aerospace and defense markets. For more information, visit www.cwcontrols.com.

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The Curtiss-Wright Controls Industrial (www.cwc-ind.com) business unit is formed from a group of established specialist companies who are experts in the design, testing, manufacture and marketing of a range of components and systems for the safe and reliable operation and control of mobile and static machinery - especially advanced electric-powered vehicles, heavy trucks, buses, off-road and military vehicles and motorsport. Penny & Giles Controls (www.pennyandgiles.com)Delivers rugged component level solutions using the latest non-contact sensing technologies, and specializes in rotary, linear and tilt position sensors; joysticks; solenoid actuators and associated electronic signal conditioning. The business was first established in 1956 and pioneered aerospace sensing and data recording technologies with a reputation for quality, performance and reliability. The aerospace business continues today within other Curtiss-Wright business units. The company joined Curtiss-Wright in 2002. PG Drives Technology (www.pgdt.com)Delivers rugged subsystem solutions including programmable controllers and drives used in a wide variety of advanced electric-powered vehicles such as forklifts, pallet loaders, mobility scooters and wheelchairs, serving the industrial and medical markets. These products deliver precise variable power from batteries to electric drive motors, and are fully programmable to suit various motor profiles, voltages and power levels. The business was first established in 1976 and was originally part of the Penny & Giles group of companies. The company joined Curtiss-Wright in 2012. Williams Controls (www.wmco.com)Delivers rugged component level solutions and is a leading designer and manufacturer of highly-engineered electronic sensors and electronic throttle controls for heavy trucks, off-road equipment, and buses. The business was first established in 1937 and pioneered the development of the first electronic throttle control for large diesel engines, quickly becoming the world leader in the design and manufacture of electronic throttle controls for trucks and buses. The company joined Curtiss-Wright in 2012. Further information is available from the Curtiss-Wright Controls Industrial website (www.cwc-ind.com) or by calling +44 (0)1425 271444.

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Penny + Giles has introduced two CAN bus interface versions of its popular SRH500 contactless rotary position sensor.
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The SRH520CN is a development of the company’s existing SRH501/2P model.
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