CUI’s AMT31 modular commutation encoder series has been announced as a finalist for the 2015 ACE Awards presented by EE Times and EDN. The AMT31 is a finalist in the Passives, Interconnects and Electromechanical product category which recognizes the most significant electronic components and products introduced in the past twelve months. The annual ACE Awards showcases the best of the best in today’s electronics industry, including the hottest new products, start-up companies, design teams, executives and more.
CUI’s AMT31 encoder offers the best of both worlds as a rugged, high accuracy solution for a range of applications. Thanks to its innovative design, the AMT Series is not susceptible to contaminants such as dirt, dust, and oil that typically plague encoders in industrial environments. The AMT's design also simplifies the assembly process, reducing the time consuming tasks of mounting and alignment to mere seconds. Combined with an operating temperature range up to -40°C to 125°C, high accuracy, a compact package, and low current draw, the AMT provides a compelling solution for motion control applications without the need to compromise.
The winners in each award category will be announced at the 2015 ACE Awards ceremony held at the Santa Clara Convention Center on July 21, 2015 in conjunction with the Embedded Systems Conference Silicon Valley.
Additional information about the 2015 ACE Awards can be found here.