Multiturn Encoders: Multiturn encoders measure rotational position over multiple turns and typically include a single-turn portion and a multi-turn portion.
The multi-turn part can provide higher resolution and larger measurement range.
It usually uses technologies such as optical grating, magnetic or Hall effect, which can provide more precise position feedback information.
Multiturn encoders are suitable for applications that require high rotational angles, such as precision positioning and motion control.
Generally speaking, multi-turn encoders have higher resolution and larger measurement range than single-turn encoders, and can provide more accurate position feedback information.
However, multiturn encoders are also generally more complex and expensive, requiring higher technical requirements and capital investment.
Therefore, when selecting an encoder, it should be evaluated and selected according to the specific application needs and budget.