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Translation stage

BioPhotonics
Nov 2007
PI (Physik Instrumente) L.P., Air Bearings and Piezo Precision MotionRequest Info
 
PI.jpgThe M-122 translation stage from PI (Physik Instrumente) LP features a travel range of 25 mm and dimensions of 60 × 86 × 20 mm. Its servomotor direct drive provides up to 20 mm/s, a dynamic response that is faster than that of stepper motor drives. The device incorporates a 0.1-μm-resolution optical linear encoder that provides high linearity and repeatability, as well as cross roller bearings capable of high load capacity and guiding accuracy. The recirculating ball screw creates less friction than conventional leadscrews, resulting in longer life and lower maintenance. The stages can be combined to form compact X-Y and X-Y-Z systems and can be driven with the C-862 Mercury servomotor controller/driver or the C-843 PC board.


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GLOSSARY
servomotor
A type of motor that acts as the control element in a servomechanism. It is powered by an amplifier circuit and drives the load with linear or rotary motion.
translation stage
A small optical mounting platform that is usually mobile on ball bearings and can be driven manually or by motor to provide precision movement along two axes.
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