Discover Mercury II Contest

Jan. 11, 2007
MicroE Systems introduced the Mercury II family of motion feedback encoders.

MicroE Systems introduced the Mercury II family of motion feedback encoders. The 8.7-mm long encoders have sensors that work with metal tape and glass-linear and glass-rotary scales. Four models are available with resolutions ranging from 5Μm to 1.2 nm, linear of 20k CPR to 268-M CPR rotary. They feature stick-on, bi-directional optical index and limit markers. Operating speed at 50 nm resolution is 2 m/sec.

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