Absolute

An absolute encoder maintains position information when power is removed from the encoder. Unlike an incremental encoder the position is available immediately on applying power.

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The relationship between the encoder value and the physical position of the controlled machinery is set at assembly and the system does not need to return to a calibration point to maintain position accuracy.
An absolute encoder has multiple code rings with various binary coding which provide a data word representing the absolute position of the encoder within one revolution. This type of encoder is often referred to as a parallel absolute encoder.
A multi-turn absolute rotary encoder includes additional codes that record the number of whole revolutions of the shaft.

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