Cambridge Technology analog galvanometer for large-aperture applications

The MPM30K galvanometer is designed specifically for mirror apertures from 30 to 50 mm. It uses an advanced highly stable optical position detector, with 5 μrad/°C stability over temperature and long-term stability. The analog galvanometer combines stator construction with “tapered” mirror-mount technology and an optical analog position detector for large-aperture applications.
Cambridge Technology
Lexington, MA

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Announcing the MPM30K Galvanometer

Highly Stable over Time and Temperature for Large Apertures

High-precision applications such as deep engraving, PV, precision cutting, etc are requiring smaller spot sizes (therefore larger beam apertures) and very high stability motion.  Cambridge Technology is proud to announce the newest member of our galvanometer product line; the MPM30K, ideally suited to these ever-demanding applications.
Designed specifically for mirror apertures from 30mm to 50mm, the MPM30K galvanometer utilizes CTI's advanced highly stable optical position detector.  Boasting 5 microradians per degree C stability over temperature and unmatched long-term stability, the MPM30K outperforms many of today's expensive digital encoder galvanometers.
The MPM30K is our highest performing analog galvo in this aperture range. We developed this by combining our highest performance stator construction with our highest performance "tapered" mirror mount technology along with the most stable analog position detector in the industry; the MPM30K truly sets a new standard for affordable performance for large aperture applications.  We will have sample quantities available later this quarter so let us know if you have an application that would benefit from the highest performing analog galvo in this aperture range.

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