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Optical Mount Flipper

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Optical Mount FlipperThe optical mount flipper from Siskiyou Corp. is a motorized platform that enables optical components to be rapidly moved in and out of a free space beam path on an optical table or when embedded within an instrument.

Their unique, zero-wobble pivot design ensures positioning repeatability of <50 µrad and can handle loads of up to 1 lb, having a maximum height of 2 in. Flipper movement can be triggered either manually with a key fob having a range of up to 100 ft or automatically through TTL input.

The mounting platform contains an array of ¼×20 and 8 to 32 tapped holes. This enables them to hold a wide variety of optical mounts and motion stages. The motorized actuator pivots by 90° to move mounted components either in or out of the beam path.

Photonics Spectra
Jun 2020

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