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RESOLUTE™ ETR absolute encoder system with RESA30 rotary (angle) ring

Features

  • Protocol available: BiSS®
  • Readhead size: 36 x 16.5 x 17.2 mm
  • Resolutions to 32 bits/rev at 18 000 rev/min
  • ±0.52 - 5.49 arc seconds system accuracy
  • Operating temperature range:        -40 °C to +80 °C
  • Side cable outlet version available

Benefits

  • Low profile ring, with large internal diameter, for easy installations
  • Wide set-up tolerances
  • Less than 10 nm RMS jitter for improved positional stability
  • ±40 nm Sub-Divisional Error for smooth velocity control
  • Optional Advanced Diagnostic Tool
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What is RESOLUTE ETR?

RESOLUTE ETR (Extended Temperature Range) is a true absolute, fine pitch optical encoder system that has excellent dirt immunity, and an impressive specification that breaks new ground in position feedback. It is the world's first absolute encoder capable of 32-bit resolution at 18 000 rev/min.
This brings all the benefits of the revolutionary RESOLUTE absolute, fine pitch angle encoder to harsh, low-temperature applications. With operation guaranteed down to -40 °C (-40 °F) in non-condensing environments, RESOLUTE ETR is ideally suited for use in demanding applications such as telescopes, scientific research and defence and aerospace.

The Queen's Award for Enterprise: Innovation 2015

 

Winner of a Queen's Award for Enterprise 2015 in the Innovation category

What is RESA30 ring?

RESA30 is a one-piece stainless steel ring with absolute scale code marked directly on the periphery. Two versions are available in a wide range of sizes (Ø52 mm to Ø550 mm).‘A' section rings, which offer an impressive installed accuracy, feature a taper mount system which reduce the need for highly toleranced machined parts and eliminate eccentricity. ‘B' section thin rings, which are low inertia and mass, are also available. Both 'A' and 'B' section rings have a large internal diameter for flexible integration into the most demanding applications. The non-contact format eliminates backlash, shaft wind-up (torsion) and other mechanical hysteresis errors that are inherent in traditional enclosed encoders.

Why choose this encoder system?

Easy fault finding and servicing

The Advanced Diagnostic Tool ADTa‑100 acquires comprehensive real-time data from RESOLUTE™ encoder readheads. The information is displayed via the user-friendly ADT View software interface. Whilst in most cases the integral set-up LED on the encoder is sufficient for setting up the system, the ADT can be used to aid more challenging installations. The ADT can also report on encoder performance and assist system fault finding to avoid lengthy machine downtime.

ETR (Extended Temperature Range)

With solid stainless steel scales and high vibration resistance, the RESOLUTE ETR absolute encoder has been designed to withstand the physical punishment of harsh environments, yet still offer outstanding metrology, exceptionally high speeds and excellent reliability on rotary axes.

Wide set-up tolerances

RESOLUTE does not follow the conventional technique of using dual tracks side-by-side (one incremental, one absolute) which inherently suffers de-phasing problems when small amounts of angular misalignment are introduced. Instead, this absolute encoder features a single track, optical absolute scale, combining both the absolute position and embedded phase information into one single code. This technology provides RESOLUTE with far wider set-up tolerances (yaw tolerance ±0.5°) for quick and easy installation and superior long-term reliability, even if the motion axes settle or move over time. To further aid installation and diagnostics, there is an integral set-up LED on the readhead.

Optional Advanced Diagnostic Tool ADTa-100

Advanced Diagnostic Tool ADTa-100

The RESOLUTE encoder system is compatible with the Advanced Diagnostic Tool ADTa-100 and ADT View software. They provide comprehensive real-time encoder data feedback to aid more challenging installations and diagnostics. The intuitive software interface can be used for:

  • Remote calibration
  • Signal optimisation over the entire axis length
  • Digital readout of encoder position (relative to the scale)
  • Exporting and saving data
  • Setting zero
ProtocolDescriptionData sheetCompatible products
BiSS®

Renishaw supports BiSS C (unidirectional) open protocol for absolute encoders. BiSS is a high-speed serial protocol, perfect for dynamic axes that require high acceleration, smooth velocity control, excellent bi-directional repeatability and rock-solid positional stability.
RESOLUTE with BiSS is available in both linear and rotary (angle) encoder versions, compatible with a wide range of industry-standard controllers, drives, DROs and PC counter cards.

RESOLUTE BiSS

BiSS compatible product page

PanasonicRESOLUTE with Panasonic serial communications interface is available in linear and rotary forms. Compatible with the A5 and A6 series of drivers, it provides high resolution repeatable feedback for better servo and speed control.RESOLUTE PanasonicN/A

Technical specifications

Measuring standard

One-piece low profile absolute coded stainless steel ring, standard ‘A' section with tapered internal diameter or low inertia ‘B' section

Readhead size (LxWxH)

36 mm x 16.5 mm x 17.2 mm

Scale pitch

Nominal 30 μm

Coefficient of thermal expansion at 20 °C15.5 ±0.5 μm/m/°C

Ring outer diameter

52 mm to 550 mm

System accuracy*

±5.49 to ±0.52 arc seconds (depending on ring diameter)

Maximum speed

(See data sheet for details)

18 000 rpm (on 52 mm ring)

Protocols†

BiSS C

Resolutions

BiSS C: 18-bit, 26-bit and 32-bit

Sub-Divisional Error (SDE)

±40 nm

Electrical connection

Up to 20 m cable lengths with D-type connectors (9 pin or 15 pin), flying lead

Power supply

5 V ±10%, 250 mA @ 5 V (terminated)

Vibration (operating)

300 m/s2 max @ 55 Hz to 2 000 Hz

Shock (non-operating)

1 000 m/s2, 6 ms, ½  sine

Operating temperature

-40 °C to +80 °C

Sealing

IP64

Refer to data sheets for full details.

* System accuracy is graduation error plus SDE. Graduation accuracy is the maximum difference between the angle measured by a single readhead and the true rotation of the encoder as graduated. Application disturbances such as eccentricity are not included.

Other protocols are continually being added.

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Data sheets

White papers

Technical drawings

How it works

RESOLUTE communicates bi-directionally in purely serial format, using a variety of industry-standard protocols, of both proprietary and open standard. 

RESOLUTE™ encoder optical scheme with annotations

The process begins...

The controller initiates operation by sending a demand message to the readhead, instructing it to capture the absolute position on the linear or rotary scale at that instant. The head responds by flashing a high-power LED source to illuminate the scale. The flash duration is as brief as 100 ns to minimise image blur on moving axes. Crucially its timing is controlled within a few nanoseconds to preserve the relationship between demanded and reported position, one of the essential features that makes RESOLUTE ideally suited to very high specification motion systems. 

 

 

Single track scale

The scale is essentially a single track of full-width contrasting lines, based on a nominal period of 30 µm. The absence of multiple parallel tracks gives important immunity from yaw errors and much more lateral tolerance in head position.

Image acquisition

The scale is imaged, via an aspheric lens which minimises distortion, onto a custom detector array designed specifically for RESOLUTE. The optical arrangement, with a folded illumination path but direct imaging, is highly compact yet stable thus assuring the fidelity essential for excellent metrology.

Data decoding and analysis

Once captured by the detector, the image is transferred via an analogue-to-digital converter (ADC) to a powerful Digital Signal Processor (DSP). Specially developed algorithms then obtain a true absolute, but relatively coarse position from the code embedded in the scale. This process is checked, and corrections are made by further algorithms in the DSP which exploit redundancy and intentional restrictions in the scale code. Meanwhile other routines calculate a very high resolution fine position, which is then combined with the coarse position to provide a truly absolute and very high resolution location.

Final checks and data output

After final error checking procedures this information is uploaded in the appropriate protocol to the controller as a pure serial word representing position to within 1 nm. Protection against electrical noise disturbance is provided by addition of a Cyclic Redundancy Check (CRC). The entire process can take as little as a few microseconds and be repeated up to 25 000 times per second. By a variety of techniques, including adjusting the light flash duration to the axis speed, this performance is achieved at up to 100 m/s while, crucially, preserving exceptionally low positional jitter at lower operating speeds.

And the result is...

An encoder with generous installation tolerances: RESOLUTE allows ±0.5° in yaw, pitch and roll and an impressive ±150 µm in rideheight. Meanwhile the generous optical footprint and advanced error correcting procedures confer excellent immunity to optical contamination, both particulate and greasy smears. All this while maintaining 1 nm resolution at 100 m/s: RESOLUTE is the answer to the toughest absolute challenge.