Rotary encoders

Feb. 10, 2012
Posital optocode absolute rotary encoders are programmable in compliance with Common Industrial Protocol specifications

Posital optocode absolute rotary encoders are programmable in compliance with Common Industrial Protocol specifications. Signal and power connections are via M12 micro-style connectors for reliability in harsh environments.

The encoders come in a wide range of mechanical and electronic configurations, including single and multiturn versions (up to 16,384 rotations). Options include multiple flange and shaft configurations, and a variety of casing materials, ranging from low-cost aluminum to rugged stainless steel.

Fraba Inc.
Posital, 1800 E. State St., Suite 148
Hamilton, NJ 08609
(609) 750-8705
www.fraba.com

© 2012 Penton Media, Inc.

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