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DRO System Designed for Tough Environmental Conditions

Newall's Spherosyn linear encoders are designed to protect all the electrical or measuring components from harsh workshop environments, allowing the encoder to operate under tough environmental conditions.

The Spherosyn linear encoder's reliability is primarily due to the scale design, a stainless-steel tube containing ball bearings. The reader head, sliding over the tube, creates an electronic signal which passes through the ball bearings inside the tube. The signal variations created by the ball bearings are sensed by the receiving electronics in the reader head.

Newall's Spherosyn linear encoders are included in its new NMS800 DRO system. The NMS800 DRO system has a newly designed digital readout display and a completely new design of the reader head electronics. The Spherosyn and Microsyn Series linear encoders included in the NMS800 are designed with the most current digital electronic components.

The NMS800 DRO has a PMVA LCD display with a wide viewing angle. A clear, easy-to-understand message display at the bottom of the screen assists operators in utilizing the advanced features of the NMS800, such as pocket/island milling, cutter compensation, arc contouring and tool length compensation. Definable function keys make accessing the most often used features simple. The NMS800 software is upgradable via USB port.

Newall Measurement Systems, Ltd. was founded in 1968 in Peterborough, United Kingdom. The Spherosyn linear encoders were developed in 1973.

For more information contact:

Newall Electronics Inc.

1803 O'Brien Rd.

Columbus, OH 43228


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