Press Release Summary:
Designed with small footprint for integration into OEM environments, LC.300 Piezo Controller operates closed-loop, flexure-guided nanopositioners, with smooth linear motion and nanometer precision. nPControl Basic Software offers ability to change PID control parameters and apply notch filters via Windows-based GUI. When combined with nPoint's line of nanopositioning stages, LC.300's 20-bit resolution provides sub-nanometer positioning capabilities.
Original Press Release:
LC.300 Series Nanopositioning Controller from nPoint
The LC.300 Series Piezo Controller is the latest addition to nPoint’s nanopositioning electronics. This new closed-loop controller is designed to address OEM applications that benefit from speed, precision, and flexibility but do not require the advanced feature set of the LC.400 Piezo Controller.
Middleton, WI – LC.300 Digital Controllers are designed to operate closed-loop, flexure-guided nanopositioners, with smooth linear motion and nanometer precision. nPControl Basic Software offers the ability to easily change PID control parameters and apply notch filters via Windows-based GUI. Controllers are compatible with capacitive or strain gauge sensing technology for closed-loop operation. The LC.300 was designed with a small footprint for simple integration into OEM environments. When combined with nPoint’s line of nanopositioning stages, the LC.300’s 20-bit resolution provides sub-nanometer positioning capabilities. As the latest addition to nPoint’s nanopositioning electronics, the LC.300 Series can be used in a variety of industries as an OEM system component.
Application examples include: life science, microscopy, semiconductor, data storage, optics, materials science, and photonics packaging
Specifications for the LC.300 Series Controller
About nPoint Inc.
nPoint focuses on developing solutions for high specification nanopositioning needs. Located in Middleton, WI nPoint is an industry leader in precision nanopositioning in the global market. nPoint’s piezo driven flexure stages, piezo drivers, and closed-loop DSP controllers are used in research, aerospace, semiconductor manufacturing, optics, and automotive industries.