Each nozzle is controlled with independent z and [theta] AC servomotors featuring new encoders with a resolution of 260,000 pulses per revolution, for reliability and accuracy.
What does PPR stand for?
PPR stands for Pulses Per Revolution
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Samples in periodicals archive:
The encoder is offered in resolutions ranging from 120 to 330 cycles per revolution (CPR) or 480 to 1200 pulses per revolution (PPR).
In fact, incremental encoders are specified in pulses per revolution.
Output resolution is 12 pulses per revolution with 24 detent points.
The single- channel version can provide from 1 to 32 pulses per revolution, and the dual-channel version is available in 32 PPR.
It is capable of measuring 262,144 pulses per revolution over 262,144 revolution, allowing it to track over 68 billion pulses with binary codes.
Tri-lobe blowers produce more pulses per revolution than their two-lobe counterparts, but each pulse is smaller and contains less energy.
Using quadrature decoding with the highest-resolution version can provide a maximum of 80,000 pulses per revolution (ppr).