Aerotech to showcase XY piezo nanopositioning stages at SPIE Photonics West 2015

Jan. 13, 2015
QNP-XY series piezo nanopositioning stages offer a variety of travel (100–600 μm) and feedback options for applications ranging from microscopy to optics alignment.

QNP-XY series piezo nanopositioning stages offer a variety of travel (100–600 μm) and feedback options for applications ranging from microscopy to optics alignment. A closed-loop feedback option uses a capacitive sensor design that allows for sub-nanometer resolution and high linearity. When coupled with the company's Q-series of controllers and drives, the stages demonstrate sub-nanometer positioning resolution, in-position stability (jitter), and high-positioning bandwidth.

SPIE Photonics West booth number: 2301

To Learn More:

Contact: Aerotech
Headquarters: Pittsburgh, PA
Product: QNP-XY series piezo nanopositioning stages
Key Features: 100–600 μm travel

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