Goleta, CA – This straightforward digital counter accepts quadrature encoder outputs and displays either rotational or linear position on a bright, easy-to-read numeric display. Fully operational right out of the box, the SA100 does not require optional plug-in boards or a complicated configuration process. Simply connect a rotary or linear encoder to the connector on the rear panel and then use the included 12VDC power supply to power up the SA100. Positional information is displayed immediately.
Displaying either linear (inches and millimeters) or rotational units (decimal degrees or DMS), the handy SA100 is the ideal display for a wide variety of open loop applications. Error compensation, zeroing, scaling, count direction and display resolutions are just a few of the user settings accessible via the front panel.
BEI Industrial Encoders (IED) is an operation of Custom Sensors & Technologies (CST). IED manufactures optical encoders and associated electronics for the industrial market. IED is the market-leading brand of encoders in North America. www.beiied.com
About Custom Sensors & Technologies
Headquartered in Moorpark, Calif., Custom Sensors & Technologies (CST) is a business unit of Schneider Electric. CST was formed from the combination of Kavlico, Crouzet, Crydom and former divisions of BEI Technologies. CST provides sensors, controls and actuation products to the industrial, transportation, and military and aerospace markets.
About Schneider Electric
Schneider Electric is the world’s power and control specialist. Through its world-class brands, Merlin Gerin, Square D and Telemecanique, Schneider Electric anticipates and satisfies its customers’ requirements in the residential, building, industry and energy and infrastructure markets. With 105,000 employees and operations in 190 countries, Schneider Electric generated sales of €13.7 billion in 2006 through 15,000 sales outlets.
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