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POSITAL UCD – Analog

Part no.: POSITAL UCD – Analog

Key Features

• Voltage and Current output options

• User scaleable

• Optional stainless steel and IP68/69k options

• Various flange and connector options

POSITAL UCD analog encoders are a novel alternative to traditional rotary encoders. Relying on a non-contact Hall sensor, UCD encoders are scaleable by the end user, offer 13 bit resolution and multiturn counting.

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