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POSITAL 36mm Kit Encoder

Part no.: POSITAL 36mm Kit Encoder

Key Features

• 17bit SSI or BiSS-C output

• Mounting options to make easy replacement of common optical encoders

• Compact, economical

• Battery-free multiturn

POSITAL Kit encoders offer a unique encoder option for drives and other motion control applications. Featuring SSI or BiSS-C output, these encoders are a great way to upgrade applications with traditional incremental style encoders and new applications alike.

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