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C-Face Encoder Solutions for Motor Feedback

Posted by Steve Dilts on Jun 25, 2015 9:14:00 AM

A key advantage of NEMA C-Face encoders is that they provide a stable, secure and sealed mechanical interface between the encoder and motor.  In addition, Encoder Products Company NEMA C-Face encoders incorporate several features that enable extended product life and performance.

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Topics: incremental encoder, rotary encoder, The EPC Edge, Encoder Products Company

When to Specify a Hollow Bore or Thru-Bore Rotary Encoder

Posted by Steve Dilts on Jun 5, 2015 9:29:00 AM

When specifying a rotary encoder, should you opt for a Hollow Bore or a Thru-bore housing?  Usually, either design can work equally well. However, in some situations there are important reasons to choose one over the other.

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Topics: rotary encoder, Tech Tips, Encoder Products Company

Get a Free Pass and Visit Encoder Products Company at ATX East 2015

Posted by Steve Dilts on May 14, 2015 9:33:00 AM

Be our guest with a free pass to ATX East at the Jacob Javits Center in New York! Make plans to visit Encoder Products Company in booth 2524 and get encoder expertise you won't find elsewhere.

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Topics: rotary encoder, EPC News & Highlights, Encoder Products Company

Fast and Easy Installation of a High-Performance Modular Encoder

Posted by Steve Dilts on May 7, 2015 8:43:00 AM

Modular incremental encoders are widely applied for motor feedback. While relatively low-cost due to the lack of internal bearings and use of plastic components, modular encoders can be troublesome to properly install and align. Check out EPC's installation video for the Model 121 Auto-Aligning Modular Encoder and see just how quick and easy this task can be.

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Topics: incremental encoder, rotary encoder, Tech Tips, Encoder Products Company, Rotary Feedback

See Encoder Products Company at Automate / ProMat

Posted by Steve Dilts on Feb 27, 2015 7:27:00 AM

If you're attending Automate / ProMat 2015 be sure to include Encoder Products Company on your show agenda.

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Topics: rotary encoder, EPC News & Highlights, Encoder Products Company, New Products

Encoder Products Company Now Hiring: Technical Sales Manager

Posted by Steve Dilts on Feb 6, 2015 7:15:00 AM

Are you encoder savvy and sales smart? A team leader, successful in finding growth opportunities and developing long-term customer and channel relationships?  Want to work with a market leader--that happens to be located in an award-winning four-season recreation destination? Then check out this career opportunity at Encoder Products Company.

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Topics: EPC News & Highlights, Encoder Products Company

Visit Encoder Products Company at ATX West in Anaheim

Posted by Steve Dilts on Jan 28, 2015 8:47:00 AM

If you're heading to ATX West (or any of the other co-located shows) stop by the Encoder Products Company exhibit. Not registered yet? Contact us to get a free exhibit hall entrance pass and avoid the $95 fee.

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Topics: EPC News & Highlights

What to Look for When Selecting a Size 25 Rotary Shaft Encoder

Posted by Steve Dilts on Jan 16, 2015 8:31:00 AM

Size 25 (2.5" diameter) shaft encoders have been widely applied over the past few decades.  In fact, just about every encoder manufacturer offers one. However, not all designs are destined to hold up well under the rigors of industrial use. What should you look for when specifying one for your application?

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Topics: incremental encoder, rotary encoder, The EPC Edge, Encoder Products Company, White Papers & Other Resources

Holiday Greetings from Encoder Products Company

Posted by Steve Dilts on Dec 24, 2014 11:35:00 AM

We'd like to take a moment to wish you and yours a safe and enjoyable holiday weekend. 

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Topics: EPC News & Highlights

Including Rotary Encoders in Year End Factory Maintenance

Posted by Steve Dilts on Dec 12, 2014 9:08:00 AM

If year-end factory maintenance is on your to-do list, you might find that a rotary encoder or two will need replacing.  Here are a few resources to help.

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Topics: rotary encoder, Tech Tips, Encoder Products Company

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