Measuring Wheel takes measurements at up to 3,000 fpm.

Press Release Summary:

Suited for encoder and linear measuring wheel applications, Tru-Trac(TM) integrates encoder, measuring wheel, and adjustable spring-loaded torsion arm into one unit. Mountable in almost any orientation, even upside-down, unit measures distance, velocity, or position over variety of surfaces. Threaded mounting shaft on pivot axis is reversible in-field to change installation location, and composite housing eliminates static build up.

Original Press Release:

Tru-Trac(TM) from Encoder Products Company is the Ultimate Complete Measuring Wheel Solution!

Sagle ID, February 1,2005: Encoder Products Company, manufacturer of the popular Accu-Coder(TM) brand encoders, is paving the path of simplified linear measurement. Introducing Tru-Trac(TM), the better solution for your encoder and linear measuring wheel applications. This innovative new design integrates an encoder, measuring wheel and adjustable spring loaded torsion arm into a single, easy-to-mount, compact unit that simplifies system design and installation, saving both time and money. Tru-Trac(TM) provides accurate measurement of distance, velocity, or position over a variety of surfaces. The adjustable spring loaded torsion arm provides flexible wheel pressure adjustments allowing Tru-Trac(TM) to be mounted in almost any orientation, even upside-down. The threaded mounting shaft on the pivot axis is reversible in the field, making it easy to change your installation location.

With a composite housing that eliminates static build up, measurement speeds of up to 3,000 feet per minute, and a wide variety of configuration options, Tru-Trac(TM) is the perfect solution for countless applications. Plus, it comes with the reliability of Accu-Coder(TM) and is protected by Encoder Products Company's best-in-the-industry three year warranty, so you know your Tru-Trac(TM) will provide years of trouble free use.

For additional information contact EPC, PO Box 249, Sagle, ID 83860, 800-366-5412,

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