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X-Y/X-Y-Z Nanopositioning Stages

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PI (Physik Instrumente) LP has introduced two multiaxis stages for superresolution microscopy. They provide accurate motion with subnanometer resolution in two and three axes over travel ranges of 200 µm in X-Y and X-Y-Z. The nano1x3 stages are designed for inverted microscopes from Leica, Nikon, Olympus and Zeiss. The large aperture accommodates microscopy accessories such as slide holders and Petri dish holders. Features include a 24-bit controller with USB, Ethernet and RS-232 interfaces and analog control, closed-loop control for subnanometer precision, and a longer lifetime because of ceramic encapsulated piezo drives. All parts are black anodized for minimum reflection. Options include a manual X-Y stage with a motor upgrade. There also is software support for leading image acquisition packages.

Photonics Spectra
Jan 2010

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