Introducing the Netzer DS-25 17 bit resolution Absolute Encoder

The DS-25 is a member of the DS series of Electric Encoders, based on Netzer Precision proprietary technology

The DS-25 is a member of the DS series of Electric Encoders, based on Netzer Precision proprietary technology. These encoders offer many advantages, some unparalleled:


• 17 bit resolution
• < 0.025° accuracy
• Analog Sin/Cos,Digital SSi,BiSS-C output options
• Lightweight miniature absolute rotary encoder
• Hollow floating shaft
• No bearing or other contact
• High precision
• High tolerance to temperature, shock, moisture
• EMI, RFI and magnetic fields
• Total weight of 4gr
• Low profile of 7 mm

Click on the link below to view more information on the DS-25 Absolute Encoder from Netzer Precision.

https://www.electromate.com/assets/catalog-library/pdfs/netzer-precision/Netzer_DS-25_specsheet.pdf

For more information, please contact:

EDITORIAL CONTACT:
Warren Osak
sales@electromate.com
Toll Free Phone: 877-737-8698
Toll Free Fax: 877-737-8699
www.electromate.com

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