Kubler position displays are devices, which measure pulses from rotary encoders or linear measurement systems, with incremental pulses or absolute position data. These displayed position values can be scaled using pulse weighting, which means that the display can be converted to any desired magnitude. Quadrature x1, x2 or x4 input pulse evaluation is available on displays that have incremental inputs. Type 572 has 2 separate incremental inputs for HTL or TTL signals up to max. 1 MHz. The two values can be mathematically calculated with respect to each other. Absolute systems are evaluated using the SSI protocol; singleturn as well as multiturn systems can be displayed and evaluated. The Kubler SSI display has a fast clock frequency up to 1 MHz, suitable for our absolute encoders. It has numerous programmable measurement functions, a freely scalable display, a scalable analog output, a serial interface and a up to 4 limit values.