Dynapar's next-generation NorthStar HSD35
is the mill-duty version of the company's vector-duty HS35R hollow shaft
encoder. It uses the same core technology as the HS35R to provide maximum
uptime with features such as a 400g shock rating, optional 100C temperature limit
and enhanced sealing. Additional mill-duty features include solder-less
connectors for easy field service, stainless-steel shaft hub and dual-split
clamp to resist common mill chemicals, and optional dual isolated outputs for
redundancy. Like the HS35R, the new encoder is also RoHS and CE compliant.†
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