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Electronic Gearing Command source

Electronic gearing is used when the command source comes directly from the digital incremental encoder of another motor, thus feeding the motion controller directly with another actuator feedback. This feature is fundamentally used to achieve movement synchronization between two or more actuators with minimum latency in command propagation due to the direct sensor interconnection. Input/output ratios are available to allow not only direct synchronization but also proportional synchronization. This may be of use when the set of actuators do not include identical transmission systems, and therefore the final mechanical energy applied to the load would not have the same characteristics.

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