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January 29, 2014
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EnDat 2.2 encoder interface is available with a clock frequency of 16 mHz for high-response applications with direct drives, especially those found in the electronics industry. The encoder interface is fully digital for high-response drives, with analog scanning signals that are digitized and subdivide directly at the place of measurement to ensure positioning accuracy and speed stability. Along with automatic self-configuration of encoders and drives, the transmission of additional information to the subsequent electronics is possible without additional wires.
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