Continuous systems measure the position of an object at each point in its path. Like a discrete, continuous system consists of a BALLUFF transducer mounted on the measurement object, and a system of positional and / or interval markers.
Features of a continuous system are:
Continuous systems are divided into two types: fixed and adaptive. While the fixed system requires the installation of markers at predetermined coordinates, the adaptive system allows you to set markers and change their relative and absolute position almost arbitrarily.
More detailed information on these systems is available in the relevant sections.
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