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Linear Stages

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High Dynamic Linear StagesPhysik Instrumente LP has announced the V-52x series of high dynamic linear stages as part of its PIMag line of products.

Six variations are available with travel ranges of 5, 10 and 20 mm, as well as a maximum velocity of 250 mm/s. Frictionless drive, an integrated optical linear encoder and precision crossed roller bearings with anticreep cage assist provide high positioning resolution and guiding accuracy.

Equipped with a linear encoder for direct position measurement and choice of cable exit direction, the stages are ideal for industry and research scanning applications such as biotechnology, laser beam control, optics scanning, lens testing and fiber optics.

Photonics Spectra
Jun 2016
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