";s:4:"text";s:4321:" Supply Voltage: 11-27V . TR Electronic CEV58M-00050 Encoder CEV58M00050. Our technical staff is ready to help at a moment's notice. Absolute rotary encoders. Find great deals on eBay for tr electronic encoder. If you need overnight shipping, please contact us for a quote. Standard/compact rotary encoders; Customer-specific rotary encoders; Safety rotary encoders; ATEX-compliant rotary encoders; Heavy-duty rotary encoders; Double rotary encoders; Housing options; Incremental rotary encoders.
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07425-228-0, Fax 07425-228-33 02/2003 TR-VCE-VI-GB-0001-05 TR-VCE-VI-GB-0001.DOC 5-5 5 5 Absolute encoders 5.1 Explanatory notes The various models of the absolute encoder series described in this section all comply Shop with confidence. Condition: UPP (Used in a PLCHardware.com Packaging) General Installation & Wiring Guide. We happen to think our incremental encoders are very smart, thank you very much. Steps: 8192. Absolute rotary encoders. 07425-228-0, Fax 07425-228-33 6-4 TR-VCE-VI-GB-0002.DOC 11/03 TR-VCE-VI-GB-0002-04 6.2 Functional description A rotary movement is processed in the incremental encoder and output in the form of an
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