Position encoders are sensors that, when used in industrial settings, produce critical motor information such as speed and position. The encoder delivers data for display or data that may serve as feedback in a motor-control system. Such information is supplied to a host microcontroller for processing according to the application. The link between the two is vital to system performance...
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