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US Digital  Profile

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US Digital  Company Overview

Founded in 1980 in Los Alamitos, California, US Digital is a manufacturer of magnetic encoders, optical encoders, inclinometers, motion control devices, PC hardware and software, and interface products for the motion control, factory automation and robotics industries.

US Digital  Products

The types of products manufactured by US Digital include Absolute and Incremental Optical Encoders, Inclinometers, Stepper Motors and Drives, PC Interfaces, Digital Displays, Switching Power Supplies and Flexible Shaft Couplings.

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Standard Microcircuit Cross Reference

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