Encoders For Medical Imaging


groupshot-w-trydynaparThanks to advancements in medical imaging technology in recent decades, doctors are now able to capture in seconds what used to take hours for diagnosis.
MRI is a noninvasive diagnostic technique that uses nuclear magnetic resonance to produce cross-sectional images of organs and other internal body structures. Dynapar offers a range of industry duty encoders designed to comply with FDA manufacturing guidelines for MRIs and X-Ray imaging. In x-Ray machines our encoders move water in and out of the machine, while in CT Scan and MRI machines they move patients in and out and measure the rotating speed.

Recommended Solutions

H20 Hubshaft Encoder Try Dynapar

H20 Hubshaft

The H20, economical in size is the solution for your medical imaging application. It provides a wide range of resolutions along with a hubshaft with spring tether for easy installation.



AI25 Absolute Encoder

Precise positioning and onboard diagnostics make the AI25 absolute encoder an ideal fit for your medical imaging application. Single turn and multi turn capabilities allow for the critical feedback required in medical imaging devices.

Different Types and Applications Of Totalizing Counters

Totalizers are counters that “total” the number of cycles applied to their inputs. The totalizing function does not provide control outputs or preset limits, although some of our multi-function products have the totalizing capability as well as output and control functions. They may be a mechanical counter, electromechanical counter or an electronic counter, all of which may be resettable or non-resettable.

Mechanical Counters

Mechanical totalizing counters typically use printed wheels or drums to display the count value and are actuated by an external force on a lever or shaft in a reciprocating or rotating action. Mechanical totalizing counters are very robust in their construction and are often found in severe environments which could destroy other types of counters.


A mechanical totalizing counter can be used as a yardage counter for sheet goods, fabric, upholstery, etc. in a factory or commercial setting.

Typical Veeder-Root Counter

743415-005 Worm Drive is part of the 7234 series and pairs well with 15537-070  Measuring Wheels.

Electromechanical Counters

Electromechanical totalizing counters generally are operated by an electrical pulse from a switch or relay and increment counts as the pulses are applied. Certain models have counting coils designed as “continuous duty” which means that the voltage applied to the counter may be of extended length or continuous without causing damage to the coil. They are typically panel-mounted or base-mounted and offer a low to mid-range cost solution for numerous applications.


An electromechanical totalizing counter can be used to count cycles in a gaming machine.

Typical Veeder-Root Counter

779086-006 is part of the 7790/7791 Series. This series of economical miniature totalizers is available in all popular mounts and operating voltages.

Electronic Counters

Electronic totalizing counters are almost always panel-mounted and generally have a good degree of environmental protection making them suitable for wet, damp, or dusty locations. They may be self-powered by an internal battery or externally powered, and are designed to accept a wide range of count inputs like dry contact closures, voltage pulses, TTL level inputs, and quadrature inputs from incremental encoders. Some models offer scalable inputs, meaning that the number of input pulses can be scaled as they come in to result in a readout of more meaningful units of measurement, often referred to as engineering units.


An electronic totalizing counter can be used as a maintenance or usage counter (for revenue) in a copier machine.

Typical Veeder-Root Counter

C342-0462 is one counter in the C342 Totalizing Counter series. This series provides ultra-compact 1/32 DIN totalizers available with LCD or LED display and AC/DC inputs.
Totalizing counters, in all their various types, is an important component in a myriad of applications. So, choose Veeder-Root totalizing counters for a totally reliable, durable, and accurate solution!

by Phillip Warwick – Eagle Signal / Veeder-Root


1667, 1669 Series Visicounter

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7999 MITE Series Totalizer

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A103 Series Preset Counter

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C346 Series Multifunction Counter

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C628 Series Totalizer

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Zone 1 Hazardous Area Rated Incremental Encoders


Zone 1 Hazardous Area Rated Incremental Encoders

The new EN42 hollow-shaft and EN44 hub-shaft incremental encoders eliminate the cost, guess work and hassle of installing a barrier thanks to encapsulated electronics. The EN series offers ATEX, CSA and IECEx triple certification and a powerful signal driver for universal use in oil & gas equipment applications.

en-series-atex-csa-iecex-certsATEX, CSA, IECEx Triple Certified

With enforcement of regional certifications on the rise, the EN series is a flexible solution for zone 1 use with ATEX, CSA and IECEx certifications. The EN series also offers the industry’s leading operating temperature range of -50° to 100° C.


High Power Line Driver Available

The EN series offers a high power mosfet line driver (10-30 VDC) is for applications requiring a long cable run to ensure reliable signal output without sacrificing performance.

en-series-wiringEasy to Install with No I.S. Barrier Needed

Both the EN42 and EN44 offer encapsulated electronics with increased safety interface for zone 1 use eliminating the need for a separate I.S. barrier and the guesswork to install one. The EN44 also offers a standard B100 mounting flange and integrated double helix coupling for easy installation.

EN42 Hollowshaft


EN44 Hubshaft


1 to 5,000 PPR 1024 or 2,048 PPR
Hollow Shaft Hubshaft Style Mount With 6 Mounting Holes on the Face
Bore Size Options: 5/8″, 3/4″, 7/8″, 1″, 15 mm, 16mm Bore Size Option: 16mm
Max Operating Speed 3,600 RPM Max Operating Speed 6,000 RPM
50G Shock and 20G Vibration Tolerant 50G Shock and 20G Vibration Tolerant
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Rail, Light Rail, Buses, Trucks & Support Equipment – Weschler Meters

Commercial transportation is a target industry for Weschler products.  Diesel electric locomotives use analog meters and digital meters to monitor generator and motor condition, as well as the status of other on-board systems.  We manufacture special illuminated and ruggedized meters to display vehicle speed in the cab.
Buses and heavy duty trucks benefit from the ruggedness and reliability of Weschler indicators.  Our gauges provide accurate readout of vehicle speed, motor RPM, engine temperature, fuel level, hydraulic pressure and other parameters.  Many models can be interfaced to on-board data loggers and telemetry systems.
Emergency vehicles incorporate a combination of digital and analog meters – in fire engine pumper controls, ambulance monitor panel and other vehicle sub-systems.
Weschler products are used in the construction and maintenance of roadways and rail lines.  Asphalt paving machines track temperatures and feed rates with Weschler digital instrumentation.  Concrete batch plants monitor and control mixing operations with our analog & digital meters.   Meters and transducers are used to monitor motor currents on heavy off-road construction equipment.
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OPEN CCTV Systems for hazardous areas

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Camera Systems provides a complete camera portfolio for industrial process monitoring and security surveillance for hazardous and industrial areas. Due to our innovative SNF*-technology, all cameras are considerably lighter than any existing ones, and extremely robust. Almost all of our cameras are designed for operation in extreme temperatures ranging from -40°C to +75°C, even our infrared camera with day/night vision.

We are therefore able to design complete surveillance systems for any type of production plant, be it an oil rig, a tank farm, onboard ship or in process plants in the pharmaceutical or chemical industries. For control and standard monitoring, we have the ISview software package.

Larger surveillance systems with up to several hundred cameras are covered by the professional SeeTec software.

*(SNF – sensor-controlled nitrogen filling)