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Netzer VLP-100 Series

Part no.: Netzer VLP-100 Series

Key Features

• 100mm diameter

• SSI, BiSS-C

• Up to 20 bits resolution

• High tolerance to EMI, RFI and magnetic fields

Netzer VLP encoders are ideal for OEM applications. Featuring an open frame, 2 plate design, the sensor is lightweight, highly tolerant to temperature, shock, EMI, RFI and magnetic fields. Iit offers a unique combination of high performance at an economical cost.

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