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ScannerMax 506

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ORLANDO, Fla., July 7, 2014 — The ScannerMax 506 by Pangolin Systems is a galvanometer used for quick laser beam deflection to avoid flickering patterns, graphics and pictures in laser light shows.

The device reaches speeds of more than 35,000 points per second at 8° and can reach a maximum scan angle of up to 80°. The step response time is at 2° optical with only 0.18 ms and a linearity of 99.8 percent.
Jul 2014

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