ACUTRONIC Expands the Range of the Cost-Effective 21-Series
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Acutronic USA, Inc.
700 Waterfront Dr.
Pittsburgh, PA, 15222
Press release date: March 8, 2012
In addition to its highly customized and proven high-end systems, ACUTRONIC is ready to serve customers with off-the-shelf, standardized and cost-effective 2-Axis rate tables.
The 21-series provides an economical test solution for simultaneous testing of several small Inertial Measurement Units (IMU) or Micro Electro Mechanical Systems (MEMS) sensors. With this product line ACUTRONIC is responding primarily to the need of MEMS devices manufacturers. The rate and position tables are designed to handle larger production volumes and integrate easily into the production line.
Optimized for the testing of MEMS inertial devices, these 21-series tables provide MEMS manufacturers a means to mechanically stimulate their products for calibration and performance verification.
The 21-series comes in five standard configurations, all available in short lead times (4 - 8 weeks). These tables are typically used for testing devices for the following segments:
Commercial applications: handheld devices, virtual reality, robots
Medical applications: surgery & rehabilitation equipment
Industrial applications: surveying, construction, agriculture
Ground transportation: cars, trucks, trains
An integrated motion controller allows precise measurement and closed-loop control of position, rate, and acceleration. The controller supports a subset of the industry-standard ACUTRONIC Command Language (ACL) for communicating with a host computer. More information about the 21-Series (AC216 and AC217) is available online at the following address: www.acutronic.com/us/products/2-axis-rate-tables.html
About ACUTRONIC USA Inc.:
ACUTRONIC USA is a leading player in the development, design and manufacture of precision motion simulators for the aeronautics, space, defense, automotive and consumer industries. ACUTRONIC USA pioneered the development of the first truly digital motion control system for inertial guidance test systems, with more than 600 field-proven units installed worldwide today. Since 1989 ACUTRONIC acquired the assets of several companies, thereby consolidating a more than 50-year heritage of motion system technology and products with the ACUTRONIC product line.
For further information, please contact:
Sascha Revel, Director of Sales
Phone: 001 412 926 1200
User comments about this story
president, EO Group
We are looking for the used "
Inertial Guidance Test and Calibration System Standard Two-Axis 21-Series Series AC216",
Please advise me where can find it.
Steven Chuang on Jul 20, 2012 23:19
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