Part no.: Zettlex Mini Ultra (High Accuracy)
• Mini 37mm and 58mm OD options
• Interfaces: SSI, SPI, BiSS-C
• Up to 20 bit resolution
• Variety of cable and connector options
Zettlex Midi Ultra IncOders are non-contact devices for precise angle measurement, with up to 19 arc-seconds of accuracy. They use an inductive technique, similar to that used by electrical transformers.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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All absolute rotary encoders have a rotor which is attached to the rotating shaft and a stator which is attached to the housing holding the shaft. The interaction of these two components produces a measure of the shafts rotational angle. The most important parameters of absolute rotary sensors are resolution, accuracy and tolerance to misalignment of the rotational axes.