Piezo-Driven Microscope Stages, Motorized Stages

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PInano High Precision Stages for Superresolution Microscopy

PInano low-profile piezo stages are optimized for very fast step and settle and easy integration into high-resolution microscope applications. They feature a very low profile of 0.8" (20 mm), a large aperture, and long travel ranges to 200 microns with sub-nanometer closed-loop resolution ideal for leading-edge microscopy and imaging applications.

Why Choose PI?
When piezo stages play a critical role in scientific results, customers prefer PI. Customers know that PI products can be counted on to help them achieve their research objectives because PI has a well earned reputation for performance, quality, reliability, and software tools and support. PI makes piezo stages specifically for optical microscopy applications requirements and budgets

Why Choose PInano with Piezo-Resistive Sensors?
The PInano low-cost version with piezo-resistive sensors is designed to provide high performance at minimum cost. For high resolution, closed loop operation, piezoresistive sensors are applied directly to the moving structure and precisely measure the displacement of the stage platform. The very high sensitivity of these sensors provides good position stability and responsiveness as well as sub-nanometer resolution.

Why Choose PInano Cap High-Stability Stages?
An even higher performance version is equipped with direct measuring dual-plate capacitive sensors. These Johnson- Noise-free sensors provide better stability and linearity than the more economical piezo-resistive sensors.

Why Choose PInano Trak High Speed Tracking Stages?
Equipped with a larger cross-section, high-stiffness versions of PI's ultra-reliable ceramic-encapsulated PICMA piezo actuators, these stages provide the fastest response. PI's advanced servo controller technology allows the highest possible dynamics.

Fastest Piezo-Z Stage (Slide Scanner) Travel [m] Sensor
P-736 P-736 High-Speed piezo-driven slide scanner. 5 millisec response time. Closed-loop with piezoresistive sensors 100, 200 Piezo Resistive
Ultra-High Performance Piezo Stage for STED Microscopy Travel [m] Sensor
P-733 P-733 Ultra high performance piezo stage for STED microscopy. XY, XYZ and Z versions. High-speed direct drive option. Capacitive feedback for highest linearity and stability. 33 to 115 m Dual Plate Capacitive
Economical XYZ & XY Piezo Nanopositioning Stage Travel [m] Sensor
P-545,1x3 P-545 PR PInano XY(Z) cost-effective, low profile piezo stage for superresolution microscopy, large aperture, includes advanced controller: 24-Bit, USB, TCP/IP, RS-232 and Analog Interface

M-545 manual stage option
to 200
x 200
x 200 m
Piezo Resistive
High-Stabilty XYZ & XY Piezo Nanopositioning Stage Travel [m] Sensor
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PInano XY(Z) Cap High-Stability piezo stage for superresolution microscopy. Capacitive feedback for highest linearity and stability. Large aperture, includes advanced controller: 24-Bit, USB, TCP/IP, RS-232 and Analog Interface

M-545 manual stage option
to 200
x 200
x 200 m
Dual Plate Capacitive
High-Speed XYZ & XY Particle Tracking Stage Travel [m] Sensor
P-545,1x3 PDF

 
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PInano Trak XY(Z) high speed stage. Cost-effective, low profile piezo stage for particle tracking & SR microscopy, large aperture, includes dynamics optimized controller with high-bandwidth analog interface

M-545 manual stage option
75
x75
x 50 m
Piezo Resistive
Well Plate Z-Stages / Large Aperture Travel [m] Sensor
P-737 P-737 PIFOC Z-axis microscopy piezo focussing stage for high-resolution sample positioning and scanning of well plates, incubators etc. 100, 250, 500 m SGS
PI nano Well Plate Scanner P-736 PInano large aperture Z-axis microscope scanner / focusser stage, with compact digital controller. High-speed focussing or sample positioning and scanning of well plates, incubators etc. 220m Piezo Resistive
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