Commonly Asked Questions About Electronic Counters
What are electronic counters?
Electronic counters are single, or multi-function devices used to detect speed, position, and provide the total on a digital display.
How do electronic counters work?
As the brain of the electronic counter, a sequential logic circuit uses a clock input to either increment or decrement, depending on the application requirements. The electronic counter output signal is a direct representation of the current count, visualized on a digital display on the face of the counter.
What are the applications of electronic counters?
Electronic counters serve many applications, including time or rate indication, length or position measurement, unit counting in industrial markets such as packaging, manufacturing, printing, baking, and more.