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Netzer DL-25

Part no.: Netzer DL-25

Key Features

• 25mm diameter body

• SSI, BiSS-C

• Up to 19 bit resolution

• High tolerance to EMI, RFI and magnetic fields

The Netzer DL-25 is a miniature shafted encoder. It offers the advantages of the DS-25 in a compact, easy to mount form factor.

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