HSP Combats Contamination in High-Accuracy Positioning

June 19, 2018

HSPHEIDENHAIN’s unique new signal processing ASIC HSP 1.0 for exposed linear encoders is now available on select products for equipment users interested in acquiring permanently stable measured values for positioning. This new method of signal processing promises to combat all kinds of contamination during operation and is a breakthrough in position measurement for high accuracy applications such as semiconductor industry and automatic placement and measuring machines, among others. Watch video to learn more.

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