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MR348 MRI-Safe Rotary Incremental Encoder

Part no.: MR348 MRI-Safe Rotary Incremental Encoder

Key Features

• 100% passive sensing design – no electronics whatsoever

• Up to 1.25" through hollow design

• Sensor can be installed in all manner of hazardous locations and potentially explosive atmospheres

• Immune to EMI and RFI

The MR348 series Fiber Optic Incremental Sensor is an entirely passive, non-metallic incremental rotary encoder designed for use in Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI), functional MRI (fMRI), nanomagnetic detection, EMC test labs, and similar applications where immunity and transparency to electromagnetic fields is required.

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