Devices and instruments for sensing and measurement of angular motion, speed, and position; includes encoders, resolvers, synchros and similar devices.

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Absolute rotary encoders use optical, mechanical, or magnetic indexing for angular measurement. They do not lose their position after power-down, but instead provide absolute position upon power-up without requiring a home cycle or any shaft rotation.
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Incremental rotary encoders are multi-turn sensors that use optical, mechanical, or magnetic index-counting for angular measurement. They contain no absolute reference, but instead count relative to the turn-on position.
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Rotary Encoder Disks (21 suppliers)

Rotary encoder disks are round or disk-shaped and have evenly-spaced holes or markings around their perimeter.
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Rotary position sensors include potentiometers, resolvers and a variety of magnetic and capacitive technologies. Sensors are designed for angular displacement less than one turn or for multiturn displacement.
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