Win a complete piezo drive systems evaluation kit
July 02, 2012 // Julien Happich
A manufacturer of customized and standardized piezo drive systems, Elliptec produces and distributes the associated piezo components and offers a wide range of engineering and development services.
This month, the company is offering EETimes Europe's readers the chance to win an advanced evaluation kit worth 999 Euros for its high precision rotatory and linear positioning devices. Aimed at familiarizing users with its piezo-based micro motors, the comprehensive package includes one Elliptec MR2K1-06-001 module featuring a high-precision rotatory positioning device capable of registering up to 250.000 steps/revolution, one Elliptec ML2K1-02-001 module featuring the company’s high-precision linear positioning device, with a positioning accuracy of +/-2.5 µm, a USB box interface enabling direct communication between a PC and the different modules and an AC adapter that provides power to the kit. The necessary data basis to start evaluating the positioning systems is provided on a CD-ROM shipping with the kit.
Visit Elliptec Resonant Actuator at www.elliptec.com
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