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Digital Linear Encoders

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Linear Encoders (Open Tape Systems)
from IntelLiDrives, Inc.

Incremental quadrature outputs. - Digital differential outputs. - Sin/cos 1Vpp analog outputs. - Open measuring system. - Small read head. - Contact-less design. - High measuring speed. - Superior accuracy. - Built-in signal interpolation. Open linear encoder measuring system based on the purely... [See More]

  • Incremental Encoder Signal: Digital; Analog
  • Resolution: 2.50E-4 to 0.0250
  • Measurement Range: 1181
  • Linear Encoder Speed: 20000
All-In-One Linear Displacement and Level Measurement Probe -- SANTEST GYSE-P
from Exsenco, LLC

SANTEST's Profibus interface type "GYSE-P" has newly joined the GYSE series. GYSE-P probe outputs the position data of the magnet with Profibus DP (DPV0) of maximum baud rate 12Mbps. Sensor parameters (resolution, direction, etc.) can be changed by the user through profibus. The GSD file can be... [See More]

  • Incremental Encoder Signal: Digital
  • Linearity: 0.0200
  • Measurement Range: 1.97 to 295
  • Resolution: 1.00E-3
High Temperature Linear Displacement and Level Measurement Probe -- SANTEST GMR2
from Exsenco, LLC

SANTEST's GMR2/GMRC-200 series is a high-resolution robust linear encoder of which structure is simplified and can enjoy heat-resistant 120 °C. Succeeding to GMR sensor principle of operation, sleeve diameter has now widened Φ18mm and offering more robust structure. Detecting absolute... [See More]

  • Incremental Encoder Signal: Digital
  • Operating Temperature: -4 to 149
  • Resolution: 0.0063
  • Linear Encoder Technology: Magnetostrictive
Analog Absolute Linear Encoder -- Linarix Analog
from POSITAL - FRABA

POSITAL LINARIX draw wire sensors (also known as string encoders or wire actuated encoders) are commonly used in applications that require linear motion to be monitored for system control or to ensure safety. Compared to conventional linear potentiometers or string pots, LINARIX sensors are more... [See More]

  • Incremental Encoder Signal: Digital; Analog
  • Accuracy: 0.0180 to 100
  • Measurement Range: 1 to 160
  • Linearity: 0.0012 to 1
KIT L
from RSF Electronics, Inc.

Compact highly integrated design, extremely flat design, high resolution [See More]

  • Incremental Encoder Signal: Digital; Analog
  • Linear Encoder Speed: 8000
  • Resolution: 1.00E-4
  • Operating Temperature: 32 to 131
Reflective Optical Encoder -- AEDR-8400-142
from Broadcom Inc.

The AEDR-8400 series is the smallest optical encoder employing reflective technology for motion control purposes. The encoder combines an emitter and a detector in a single surface mount leadless package. When used with a codewheel or linear codestrip, the encoder translates rotary or linear motion... [See More]

  • Incremental Encoder Signal: Digital
  • Linear Encoder Technology: Optical
  • Operating Temperature: -4 to 185
  • Encoder Reading: Incremental
Small Optical Encoder Modules -- HEDS-9710#R50
from Broadcom Inc.

The HEDS-9700 series is a high performance, low cost, optical incremental encoder module. When operated in conjunction with either a codewheel or codestrip, this module detects rotary or linear position. The module consists of a lensed LED source and a detector IC enclosed in a small C-shaped... [See More]

  • Incremental Encoder Signal: Digital
  • Operating Temperature: 59 to 113
  • Accuracy: 0.0 to 12
  • Linear Encoder Technology: Optical