Absolute Encoder includes code check and optical sensors.

Dynapar ACURO encoder series is available with various resolutions, single- or multi-turn configurations, and solid- or hollow-shaft coupling. ACURO Industry has 58 mm housing for industrial and systems engineering applications, while ACURO Drive is suited for use with motors as feedback element. Former provides resolutions up to 17 bits in single-turn configuration, while latter provides up to...

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Encoder uses BiSS communications bus.

Encoder uses BiSS communications bus.

Using Bidirectional Synchronous Serial Interface, all-digital product runs at 10 MHz and includes cyclic redundancy check (CRC). Hardware-compatible with SSI, BiSS sends full absolute position data whenever controller polls encoders. Able to be configured for point-to-point use, BiSS can carry additional data via internal register. Additional offerings include adjustable protocol length, 4...

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Non-Contact Encoder utilizes optical character recognition.

Housed in bronze or polymer housing, absolute encoder register reads water meter's odometer digits. Powered by interrogation equipment, InVISION reading technology incorporates strategically placed LEDs to illuminate meter register's odometer digits. Multiple retinas focus through lenses onto odometer digits for absolute meter reading. Error-free readings pass to hand-held or AMR device....

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The printed circuit board (PCB) manufacturing process begins with cutting-edge equipment capable of accurately picking and placing up to 40,000 components per hour. This innovative equipment keeps error rates extremely low, and those defects that do occur are quickly caught by sensitive laser and optical inspection equipment.

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Incremental Encoder works at speeds to 10,000 rpm.

Incremental Encoder works at speeds to 10,000 rpm.

C120 Series with 2 in. housing is available with any incremental count from 1 to 8,192 ppr. It has electrical bandwidth up to 820 kHz and firmware generated marker pulse of 90 or 180, providing feedback at speeds up to 10,000 rpm while maintaining marker width and synchronization. Encoder combines hybrid OPTO-ASIC and small, unique code disk. Both tracks are read simultaneously by sensor array...

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Optical Encoders offer servo mount abilities.

Optical Encoders offer servo mount abilities.

Absolute encoders include 20 and 58 mm dia sizes, and generate 8 and 10 bit binary code output signals, respectively. Smaller size incorporates conductive composite housing, which provides EMI shielding and protection for assembly. Larger size, intended for industrial usage, incorporates larger radial bearings and 10mm OD input shaft for increased external load capacities. Both encoders satisfy...

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