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NanoScanOP 400 nanopositioning piezo objective scanner.

The NanoScanOP 400 provides the fast step and settle time and incorporates capacitive feedback sensors, providing excellent positioning accuracy and resolution. Compatible with most microscopes and objective lenses, the system has settings optimised for different objective sizes, weights and performance requirements. The user simply selects the best setting for their application.

Features of the system include: 400[micro]m closed loop travel range (450[micro]m open loop); connectors with built in stage calibration provide plug and play electronics, which can be interchanged, minimising system down times; made from stainless steel--providing greater mechanical stiffness (faster) and temperature stability (lowest drift); the stage is a flexure guided system--the friction-free flexures are designed to provide high stiffness and to minimise off axis motions, giving high repeatability and faster cycle times.

Applications include: optical sectioning producing 3D images; autofocus systems for time-lapse imaging; high content screening; surface analysis; semiconductor wafer inspection; and scanning interferometry.

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Title Annotation:LEDS AND ILLUMINATION
Publication:Electro Optics
Date:May 1, 2019
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