P-601 PiezoMove Linear Actuator with Guides

With Optional Position Sensor

P-601 PiezoMove Linear Actuator with Guides
Product Description Specifications Downloads Quote / Order
  • Flexure guides for linear motion with minimum tip and tilt
  • Travel ranges to 400 µm
  • Resolution to 0.2 nm
  • Available with integrated position sensors
  • Outstanding lifetime due to PICMA® piezo actuators
  • Ideal for OEM applications in optics, medical technology, biotechnology, and microfluidics
  • Customized versions with longer travel range, shorter response time or nonmagnetic

Fields of application

  • Nanopositioning
  • High-speed switching
  • Patch clamp
  • Microdispensing
  • Adaptive systems technology / automation
  • Photonics / integrated optics
  • Biotechnology

Outstanding lifetime thanks to PICMA® piezo actuators

The patented PICMA® piezo actuators are all-ceramic insulated. This protects them against humidity and failure resulting from an increase in leakage current. PICMA® actuators offer an up to ten times longer lifetime than conventional polymer-insulated actuators. 100 billion cycles without a single failure are proven.

High guiding accuracy due to zero-play flexure guides

Flexure guides are free of maintenance, friction, and wear, and do not require lubrication. Their stiffness allows high load capacity and they are insensitive to shock and vibration. They are 100 % vacuum compatible and work in a wide temperature range.

Specifications

Datasheet P-601

Version / Date
2018-04-16
Version / Date
2018-04-16
Document language
pdf - 399 KB
pdf - 402 KB

Downloads

Datasheet

Datasheet P-601

Version / Date
2018-04-16
Version / Date
2018-04-16
Document language
pdf - 399 KB
pdf - 402 KB

Documentation

User Manual P601T0001

P-601 PiezoMove Z Actuators
Version / Date
2017-02-27
Document language English
pdf - 1 MB

3-D Models

P-601 STEP

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