Part no.: Zettlex Duplex
• Two independent encoders within one set of mechanics
• Interfaces: SSI, SPI, BiSS-C, Incremental, Analog
• Up to 22 bit resolution
• Ultra high shock and vibration options
Zettlex IncOders are non-contact devices for precise angle measurement. They use an inductive technique, similar to that used by electrical transformers. IncOders may be considered as an inductive encoder. IncOders are well suited to harsh environments-where potentiometers, optical or capacitive devices might be unreliable. IncOders have two main parts each shaped like a flat ring: a Stator and a Rotor. The Stator is powered and measures the angular position of the passive Rotor. A big bore and low axial height allows easy integration with through-shafts, slip-rings, direct drivemotors, optical-fibres, pipes or cables.
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