Low-profile nanopositioners for super-resolution microscopy by Mad City Labs

The three-axis Nano-LPS series of low-profile piezo nanopositioning stages by Mad City Labs (Madison WI) are specifically designed for super resolution and optical microscopy. They feature large apertures to accommodate slides and other media, analog and digital control with added scan synchronization features, and compatibility with major image and automation software.

The Nano-LPS Series offers up to 300 microns in X, Y, and Z with picometer position noise and promises ultra high stability under closed loop control. The series is compatible with National Instruments' LabVIEW, and is supplied with Mad City's LabVIEW-based software, Nano-Route, for ease of use.

For more information see Mad City Labs' website.

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original press release from Mad City Labs

Press Release

Nano-LPS Series: Ideal for Super Resolution (SR) Microscopy

Mad City Labs announces the new three axis Nano-LPS Series of piezo nanopositioners. The Nano-LPS Series are the lowest profile 3 axis nanopositioners and have been specifically designed for super resolution and optical microscopy. The Nano-LPS Series feature larger apertures to accommodate slides and other media, analog and digital control with added scan synchronization features, and compatibility with major image and automation software. The Nano-LPS Series offers up to 300 microns in X, Y, and Z with picometer position noise and ultra high stability under closed loop control. The Nano-LPS Series is LabView™ compatible and is supplied with our LabView™ based software, Nano-Route, for ease of use.
Visit www.madcitylabs.com or contact your local Mad City Labs representative.

About Mad City Labs, Inc.

Mad City Labs, Inc. is based in Madison WI and is the leading US manufacturer of precision piezo based nanopositioning stages. Our proprietary sensor technology yields picometer precision under closed loop control with exceptional stability. Our products are implemented in electron and optical microscopy, metrology and imaging applications worldwide. More information about our products can be viewed at www.madcitylabs.com.

Contact: Jenice A. Con Foo - Marketing
jenice@madcitylabs.com
+1 608 298-0855
May 15, 2009

(Shown above: The Nano-LPS300 nanopositioner. The aperture is large enough to hold a 3" slide)

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