BEI Sensors releases Position Sensor Selection Guide
March 10, 2011 - BEI Sensors releases its first comprehensive product selection guide that features an extensive line of rugged and reliable position sensors. Products include rotary encoders, rotary and linear potentiometers and rotary Hall effect sensors. The rotary encoder line features absolute and incremental configurations and potentiometers are available with wire-wound, conductive plastic or hybrid elements.
The new eight page guide allows engineers to locate the ideal position sensor at a glance. Easy-to-read charts summarize the most critical specification criteria side-by-side, which allows for quick comparison and part selection.
Serving the industrial, military, aerospace, and transportation markets, BEI Sensors specializes in position sensing products for harsh and demanding environments. Readers can request a copy of the guide at: www.beisensors.com/guide.
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