Queensgate Instruments to Introduce New Nanopositioning Products at Laser World of Photonics 2013 Conference

Published on May 10, 2013 at 9:25 AM

Queensgate Instruments – an Elektron Technology brand – is to introduce three exciting new nanopositioning products at this year’s Laser World of Photonics in Munich, Germany, from the 13th to the 16th of May.

Visitors to Booth B2, 552 will discover Queensgate’s latest family of low voltage Digital Piezo Translators (DPT), a range of state-of-the-art closed loop piezo actuators with integrated capacitive NanoSensors®, the new NS-A-1100 Sensor Controller, a single channel interface that supports the Company’s NX Series of NanoSensors®, and the newest digital controller NPC-D-5110DS with Dual Sensor TechnologyTM for fast and precise positioning.

NS-A-1100 Sensor Controller by Queensgate Instruments.

About Queensgate Instruments
 
Queensgate Instruments was founded in 1979 and span out from a ground-breaking research programme at Imperial College, London.

Queensgate Instruments quite literally "wrote the book" on Nano-positioning taking the idea from the lab to a cynical world who believed it couldn't be done with the required level of accuracy.

The book "The Nano Positioning Book" by Thomas Hicks defined the need for stringent use of words such as "precision" and "accuracy" and these definitions are still upheld today as the only way to describe the performance of Nano-positioning systems.
 
Early products amazed the scientific and industrial world as Queensgate Instruments proved that not only was it capable of applying its thought leading research into real products, but that the products themselves could play a huge part in the development of industries including Bio Technology, Medicine, Astronomy, Aerospace, Semi-conductors, Mass Computer Storage Devices and Optics.

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