Celera Multiturn IncOder

Inductive Angle Encoder Good for Harsh Conditions

Dec. 6, 2021
Celera's Multiturn IncOder is designed for applications where motion exceeds one turn.

The Multiturn IncOder inductive angle encoder enables precise and reliable absolute angle measurement over multiple revolutions, even in harsh environments. It is easy to install in a wide spectrum of applications, including robot joints, servo motors, linear stages, cartesian robots, cranes, wind turbines and antenna masts. The Multiturn IncOder is a robust absolute inductive encoder with non-volatile turn count storage. It is designed for applications where motion exceeds one turn, such as rotary-to-linear motion and geared rotary systems.

Perfect for more compact and lightweight systems, the Multiturn IncOder is a low-profile ring encoder with a large through-hole. Unlike traditional multiturn encoders, the gearless design is wear-free and does not require a battery backup supply.


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