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Linear Stage

BioPhotonics
Feb 2010
Steinmeyer Inc.Request Info
 
The PA 30x40-SM01 from Steinmeyer Inc. is a single-axis linear stage used in miniature robotics, pick-and-place devices, specimen handling for life sciences and in scientific applications where precision positioning and a narrow footprint are required. Fully enclosed, it measures 30 x 40 mm and offers travel ranges from 25 to 150 mm. Positioning repeatability is 1 µm, maximum speed is 50 mm/s, and load capacity is 100 N. The system comprises a proprietary preloaded 8-mm-diameter ball screw, a size 9 linear guideway, noncontact limit switches, and a choice of a stepper motor or a DC servomotor with encoder. A separate motion controller is available as an option.


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GLOSSARY
footprint
1. The sector of the Earth's surface registered upon a remote sensing device in a satellite. 2. The amount of space occupied by a component on the surface upon which it is mounted. 3. The space on an optical component occupied by a light beam.
repeatability
The degree to which a predetermined or previous setting of a positioning device can be duplicated by observance of the optical phenomena.
stepper motor
A positioning drive that rotates a fraction of a 360° turn when the motor coils are activated, resulting in linear or rotary motion. They are generally one of two types, either variable reluctance or permanent magnet; the characteristics are much the same. Also called stepping motors.
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