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The World’s toughest encoder?

26 February 2018

Zettlex has introduced a new range of 58mm Shaft IncOders, which, it says, are the world’s toughest encoders. These non-contact devices are designed for precise angle measurement in harsh environments.

The new Shaft IncOders are available in low-profile, 58mm diameter formats and have been designed to offer resilience 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 inductive technology that has been hardened in some of the world’s most demanding applications – from the deepest oceans to outer space,” said Mark Howard, general manager at Zettlex.

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