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E-710 High-Speed Digital NanoAutomation® Piezo Controller

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E-710 digital piezo controllers/ drivers are the most advanced and flexible controllers for piezo nanopositioning and scanning stages on the market. Based on powerful 32-bit DSPs (digital signal processor) they control up to six-degrees of freedom with integrated power amplifiers for multilayer PZT drives (-20 to 110 V) and signal conditioning electronics for two-plate capacitive position sensors. E-710 controllers represent a major advance over conventional multi-axis controllers because the sensor and output channels of two or more axes can participate in an internal coordinate transformation for multi-axis parallel-kinematics positioning systems with parallel-motion metrology, e.g. the P-500 series
  • For Piezo NanoPositioners with Capacitive Feedback Sensors
  • 3-, 4- & 6-Channel Versions
  • 32-Bit Digital Filters
  • Polynomial Linearization
  • Coordinate Transformation for Parallel Kinematics / Parallel Metrology Systems
  • Optional Dynamic Digital Linearization (Firmware Option) Improves Scanning Linearity
  • AutoCalibrate Function for Easy Controller /Stage Interchangeability
  • Fast RS-232 and IEEE 488 Interfaces
  • Optional High-Speed Parallel Port Interface
  • Extensive Software Support
Product E-710 High-Speed Digital NanoAutomation® Piezo Controller
Company Physik Instrumente - Products
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