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White Paper: Mechanical & Fluid Systems

How to Specify an Encoder That Withstands Heat, Vibration, and Contaminants

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Encoders are often used in harsh industrial environments where they’re exposed to the same contaminants other machinery is, like dust, moisture, caustic chemicals, physical damage, cold, and heat. These conditions can shorten the life of an encoder, but various mechanical options can mitigate the risk.


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