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Smaller MicroMax Servo Driver

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MicroMax Servo Driver Cambridge Technology Inc. announces the development of a compact servo driver. The MicroMax Servo Driver 677XX is approximately half the size of most servo driver products and is among the industry's smallest servo components. We have made other advances in our servo technology, including improved tuning optimization, higher speed capability and enhanced thermal stability.

The 677XX MicroMax single-axis servo is designed for compact system size, low cost and optimal performance. When used with our 6200 line of closed-loop galvanometers, the driver delivers ease of compact system integration as well as gains in step response times and positioning stability. The result: increased speed and accuracy in 3- to 20-mm-aperture scanning solutions for Cambridge Technology customers.

Find out more by visiting our Web site, or contact our sales engineers for a system recommendation and price quotation. Our contact information is on the contents page of this Mini-Magazine.

Photonics Spectra
Mar 2003

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