Linear Image Scanner is a handheld bar code reader. It uses linear imaging technology to set a new standard for handheld scanners by combining a bright, sharp aiming line with high resolution imaging to deliver exceptional reading performance. It is smoothly contoured to fit all sized hands, plus has a soft grip area to add comfort and prevent slipping.
Linear Incremental Encoders are cheaper than absolute encoders. They are calibrated to establish a known position. This requires an indexing point, which are provided by an independent coarse scale absolute encoder in tandem with the incremental encoder. These encoders provide exceptional rugged position sensing. They are ideal for a variety of harsh environments in a wide range of motion control applications.
A linear motion bearing is a bearing designed to provide free motion in one dimension. They are generally comprised of a sleeve-like outer ring and several rows of balls retained by cages. It features smooth motion, low friction, high rigidity and long life. They are economical, and easy to maintain and replace.