Miniature Gimbal Mounts

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VAN NUYS, Calif., May 7, 2020 — Miniature Gimbal MountsOptimal Engineering Systems Inc. has announced three new three-axis Miniature Gimbal Mounts to its line of positioning systems.

The stepper motor-driven YPR60-60-60-01, the brushless servo motor-driven YPR60-60-60-02, and the direct-current servo motor-driven YPR60-60-60-03 models are stacked precision rotary stages with positional accuracies of 0.05° and repeatability of +/- 0.01°. The resolutions are dependent on the stepper motor driver or servo motor and optical encoder. Each axis is driven by a 180:1 worm gear with a substantial travel range. The top axis features a 60-mm diameter table and a precise pattern of threaded holes for fixtures or tooling.

The YPR60-60-60-02 and YPR60-60-60-03 feature servo motors and optical quadrature encoders for very precise closed loop operation and greater speeds. All three stages can be ordered plug-and-play with a fully compatible multi-axis motion controller.

Published: May 2020
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