One does not usually go to a supermarket to buy running shoes.
The same goes when you need a motion product. Why go to a company that sells everything but knows little about each item?
In Wesense Motion, we specialize in encoders, motors and drives.
With a broad range of encoders (magnetic or optical, linear or rotary, sealed or non-contact, housed or IC based) motors (sealed or open frames) and drives (for medical, robotic or defense inductries), we will have the perfect solution to all your motion needs.
Wesense presents an innovative optical rotary encoder
The 16mm diameter Hollow Shaft encoder, at a total height of less than 22 mm and a resolution of up to 80,000 CPR, is mechanically built as a perfect replacement...
Wesense presents an innovative miniature optical encoder
With a diameter of just 17 mm, length 23mm, and weight only 12g, this encoder comes with a bore for a 2 mm diameter shaft and internal bearings, outputs incremental...
EMS presents a series of rotary magnetic encoders
Electronica Mechatronics Systems presents a series of rotary magnetic encoders with up to 14-bit resolution and manufactured in India. EMS Pvt introduces a series of differential, Incremental, or absolute rotary encoders...
Wesense presents a very low height PCB based encoder
Wesense is very happy to present the ultimate solution for an optical, High-Resolution, Reflective, Low Cost and very low height PCB based encoder! Based on the proven iC Haus iC-PR +...
Previously, magnetic encoders were used as feedback sensors for low performance, low accuracy applications, such as crains, escalators and on. However, in the recent years new abilities and technologies were developed, dramatically enhansing the magnetic encoders performance. Today, more and more applications are using magnetic encoders, either On Axis or Off Axis, linear or rotational. Wesense Motion is proud to represent the most advanced magnetic encoder suppliers. You are welcome to review the various magnetic encoders on our website and contact us later on for a meeting to discuss your needs.
Optical encoder technology has been used for the past 40 years. Historically, optical encoders were used on rotary applications, which means sensors using 3 subsystems: LED, optical ring, reflector. Later on, linear optical technology was developed and linear optical encoders were developed. At the same time, reflective sensors were developed, which reduced the complexity of the encoder design and their height. However, most of the applications that were using these linear encoders were for CNC machines. Due to the harsh environment (dust, oil and on) these encoders were sealed ones. The basic advantages of this technology were high resolutions and high accuracy. However, the prices were high (as high as 4000$/m). You are welcome to review the various optical encoders on our website and contact us later on for a meeting to discuss your needs.