First select the type of movement you want to measure. Here you can choose between a linear or rotational movement.
The position detection can be incremental or absolute. The incremental measuring method provides a relative position as well as direction of movement, which requires an assignment to a reference point (starting point) at the beginning of the measurement. This is done by homing the axis. The absolute measuring method provides concrete position information at any axis position. A reference run at the beginning of the measurement is not necessary.
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Compact and lightweight design, measuring steps of down to 0.135 angular seconds, rotational speeds of up to 22,200 rpm, and many other features
The RIK was especially designed for applications with limited installation space. The very flat and light design of the encoder enables the user a wide range of applications.
The Kit R was especially designed for applications with especially customized requirements. These systems are not only extremely small, they are also particularly configurable. Your ideas won't be hardly limited with this series.
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