Stick-Slip Mini Motor Driver for OEM's

Inexpensive, versatile, compact: PIs E-872 stick-slip motor driver has it all for OEM applications.

PI (Physik Instrumente) LP, known industry-wide for precision motion components, systems, and solutions, announces a new OEM driver for miniaturized piezo inertia positioning stages. Applications include precision opto-mechanical alignment, bio-medical instrumentation, photonics alignment automation, microscopy, micro-manipulation.

Easy Controls, Full / Microstep Variations
The new E-872 driver is designed to complement the size of the ultra-compact inertia motor positioners it manages. Control is simple with step and direction input via TTL signals. The high 20kHz full step frequency delivers fast response. A version with 256 micro steps allow for extremely smooth motion with nanometer resolution. With its low current consumption and affordable price, the E-872 wont drain your power source or your budget.
OEM Solutions
With a long track record of working with OEMs in the most demanding industries from Semiconductor Technology to Medical Design - industries where product performance, quality, and the ability to ramp up, are critical, PI offers a quick path to a solution based on 1,000s of COTS products or a fully customized design. See examples of PIs OEM capabilities here >
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Standard and Custom
PI provides in-house engineered solutions with over 4 decades of experience delivering products that exceed expectations and application demands of our customers. PI can quickly modify existing product designs or provide a fully customized OEM part to fit the exact requirements of the application.

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