EPC's 100-series of technical bulletins provide specific information and answer questions about EPC encoders, accessories, and specifications.
EPC is often asked, “Why are your part numbers so long?” The answer is, EPC’s encoders are highly-configurable sensing devices with many features and options.
Tolerances for shaft and bores produced by EPC are typically based on ANSI B4.I-1967, R1987 standards and usually conform to Class LC5.
EPC's comprehensive video library will provide you with an overview of our company and our history since 1969, show you our encoders on the job, and give you detailed information about our products and to use them.
Article topics range from Encoders 101 to how you can select the right encoders for specific applications.
An optical encoder uses light shone through a coded disk to track the movement of a shaft.
Packaging equipment involves rotary motion along several axis, requiring motion feedback from a rotary encoder.
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