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en·coder

(en-kōdĕr)
One who uses software to apply ICD-9-CM or CPT/HCPCS codes to medical conditions and procedures.
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[USPRwire, Mon Aug 12 2019] MRRSE Insights offers a 9-year forecast of the Encoder Market between 2018 and 2027.
[ClickPress, Mon Aug 12 2019] MRRSE Insights offers a 9-year forecast of the Encoder Market between 2018 and 2027.
Release date- 29072019 - Encoders Market worth $2.4 billion by 2024.
The service has used Quicklink's Mobile Encoder's LTE SIM cards for the coverage of live news broadcasting.
Kit encoders are component-level products, designed to be built into motors or other types of equipment where real-time measurement of rotary position (angular displacement) or rotational speed is required.
"Our new multi-channel BGE9200 encoder will be a useful tool for those who broadcast a number of channels."
11 January 2018 - German motion control feedback solutions company Heidenhain has acquired Austrian specialty encoder firm AMO, the company said.
Historically, encoders disgorge something called Gray or Gillham code, a binary numeric code that, while simple, requires a lot of wiring to move from the encoder to the transponder.
The DFS60S Pro incremental encoder is a Certified Safety Product up to SIL2 (IEC 61508), SILCL2 (EN 62061), PL d (EN ISO 13849), Category 3 (EN ISO 13849).
Mencom, a leading manufacturer of industrial electrical connectors since 1987, offers over-molded 12, 16, 17, & 19 pole M23 encoder connectors with straight or right angle heads.