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E4T and S4T Miniature Optical Encoders are Now Available at Higher Resolutions up to 1000 CPR

E4T and S4T Miniature Encoders

We've got some great news about our smallest encoders. The E4T and S4T miniature optical encoders are now available at even higher resolutions than before! With two new CPRs of 512 and 1000, we've successfully doubled the resolution while keeping the housing unchanged.

Utilizing state-of-the-art transmissive optical sensing technology, these newly announced resolutions now support applications requiring up to 4000 pulses per revolution. This substantial increase in resolution was achieved without any compromise to package form factor, electrical characteristics or output signal robustness. The E4T line of encoders is available in both single-ended and differential signal outputs for applications where noise immunity is critical. Moreover, the 512 and 1000 CPR options retain the E4T's simple and efficient, push-on hub disk assembly process, helping US Digital customers keep installation time, assembly cost and complexity to a minimum.

Where space is limited, the E4T and S4T miniature optical encoders are the perfect fit for motion control. Get details at: usdigital.com/E4T and usdigital.com/S4T


US Digital at SPS IPC Drives 2018

SPS 2017 logo

US Digital will be exhibiting at SPS IPC Drives 2018 from November 27th - 29th at the Nürnberg Exhibition Centre, in Nürnberg, Germany.

Please contact us with any questions regarding SPS IPC Drives or to set up an appointment with a motion control specialist. Thank you for your continued business and we look forward to seeing you there!

Exhibition Centre Nuremberg
Messeplatz 1
90471 Nuremberg
Germany


US Digital Releases New MD3 Microstepping Motor Driver

MD3 Microstepping Motor Driver

Vancouver, Washington, USA, August 6, 2018 – US Digital, a U.S. manufacturer of motion control products since 1980, announces the release of the MD3 Programmable Microstepping Motor Driver. It is capable of driving motors from NEMA size 14 to 42. The MD3 accepts 9-50VDC power inputs and rated for currents up to 7A continuous duty.

In addition to digital input controls, the MD3 can be configured and controlled using the open MODBUS RTU protocol over an RS485 bus. A supplied GUI application allows change to many settings including the number of microsteps per full step, acceleration/deceleration rates, speed, and current cutback.

The design supports multiple MD3 units on the same RS485 bus and allows for programmable motion profiles. In addition, the MD3 has a brushed DC motor speed control mode.

For more information visit usdigital.com/md3.


PayLink Now Available to US Digital Customers

Nodus PayLink

Introducing PayLink from Nodus Technologies, Inc.. PayLink is a fast, secure, and convenient way for US Digital customers to make credit card payments 24 hours a day, seven days a week from anywhere!

With a one-click link to review invoice details and make payments, the PayLink process is fast and easy. There's no need to log into a website, a payment portal, or retype financial information with every online payment. You can store these details for future use within a private and secure environment.

Please note: With this new service – as of May 21, 2018 – US Digital will be transitioning away from accepting fax order forms. Questions? Please feel free to contact the customer support team at sales@usdigital.com or call (360) 260-2468.


US Digital at ATX West 2018

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US Digital will be exhibiting at ATX West - Booth 4128, from February 6th - 8th at the Anaheim Convention Center, in Anaheim, California.

Please contact us with any questions regarding ATX West or to set up an appointment with a motion control specialist. Thank you for your continued business and we look forward to seeing you there!

Anaheim Convention Center
800 W Katella Ave.
Anaheim, CA 92802
Booth 4128

 


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