The absolute value glass scale, with different patterns according to position, is captured at high speed with the high-resolution CMOS sensor. This detection principle reads the absolute position information from the slit pattern engraved on the scale. It is the first of its kind in the world.
The revolutionary Scale Shot System II is enclosed in the slim ø8 mm ø0.31" body through the use of newly developed technology for the transmitter, receiver, and CPU. The sensor head features high accuracy while overcoming the disadvantages of conventional contact sensors such as tracking errors and unknown absolute position.