Encoder Is One Tough Cookie

Zettlex unveils a range of 58-mm encoders, dubbed Shaft IncOders, as what it calls the world’s toughest encoder. IncOders are non-contact devices for precise angle measurement in harsh environments. They are available in low-profile, 58-mm diameter formats with reliable resistance to shock, vibration, dirt, fluids, high pressures, and extreme temperatures.

 

“Optical encoders remain the most common form of encoder but they are unreliable in some of the tough environments that many applications demand. IncOders use proven inductive technology that’s been hardened in some of the world’s most demanding applications – from the deepest oceans to outer space” says Mark Howard, Zettlex General Manager. For greater details and specs, checkout the IncOder datasheet.

 

Zettlex UK Ltd,

Cambridge, United Kingdom

+44 1223 874444

[email protected]  

http://www.zettlex.com

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