PI to display nanofocusing drive at Strategies in Biophotonics 2014

P-725 PIFOC microscope objective scanner from PI

The P-725 PIFOC microscope objective scanner provides subnanometer resolution for super-resolution microscopy applications.  It features a frictionless flexure-guided design and capacitive position sensor feedback for maximum stability and linearity. Motion is created using the company's integrated PICMA high-performance piezo drives (the same ones as used on the Mars Rover). All-ceramic insulation provides longer lifetime and humidity resistance in microscopy, confocal microscopy, 3D imaging, screening, autofocus systems, and surface analysis.

Strategies in Biophotonics booth number: 402

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Contact: PI
Headquarters: Auburn, MA
Product: P-725 PIFOC microscope objective scanner
Key Features: Integrated PICMA high-performance piezo drives

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