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Electronic Positioning System
Jul 2008
TMCRequest Info
PEABODY, Mass., July 29, 2008 – Technical Manufacturing Corp. has unveiled its PEPS II digital, non-contacting precision electronic positioning system for pneumatic vibration isolators.

Building on the company’s PEPS technology, the new system improves isolator height control and settling time, offering a more cost-effective approach to payload position control in response to motorized XY stage motion. With the addition of a digital controller, it offers more features and has an improved user interface. Suitable for precision laboratory environments that demand optimum noise performance and platform stability, it can also provide vibration isolation by eliminating the mechanical height control valves and sensing linkage. TMC.jpg

The product has an optional “VX” feature that incorporates inertial vibration sensors for active damping of the vertical isolation resonance. PEPS II is also compatible with all of the company’s pneumatic vibration isolation systems, including the Gimbal Piston, CSP and MaxDamp air isolators.

For more information, visit:

Technical Manufacturing Corp.
15 Centennial Drive
Peabody, MA 01960
Phone: (978) 532-6330
Fax: (978) 531-8682


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