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FLUX GmbH Presents Encoders for Tough Environments at Servotecnica Innovation Open House

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April 2024

Braunau am Inn, Austria – April 11, 2024FLUX GmbH (FLUX), the high precision encoder company, has demonstrated its robust and reliable encoders for position and velocity measurement in extreme conditions, at the Servotecnica Advanced Innovation Open House this week in Milan, Italy.

FLUX designs and builds high performance rotary and linear encoders with patented Giant Magnetic Impendance (GMI) technology. FLUX encoders overcome the limitations of traditional position sensing technologies by offering outstanding performance in harsh environments, excellent accuracy and precision, and a lightweight and compact form factor.

“FLUX encoders are the market-leading choice for mission critical applications,” said Fabio Bistoletti, CEO of Servotecnica. “If design engineers are looking for an encoder solution that won’t let them when the going gets tough, FLUX is the smart choice.”

Paul Tutzu, FLUX CEO & Founder, presented FLUX’s GMI and Inductive technology product lines during the event to prominent European original equipment manufacturers in the aerospace, marine, medical and industrial markets. “We enjoyed sharing our experiences and capabilities with innovative manufacturers at the Servotecnica open house,” said Paul Tutzu. “We understand the challenges with traditional technologies in the market which is why we developed the GMI technology which combines the benefits of each, without the limitations.”



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