Miniature Motorized Linear Stages with Built-in Controllers : T-LSM Series Specifications
What You Really Need to Know:
- This device comes with a built-in controller, which saves you time and effort.
- External controllers can be expensive, take up extra space, require more cables, and it is no fun to shop for them or program them. That's why we built them into our devices!
- You can easily make this device do a complicated series of moves with our free software. .
- You don't need to worry about finding the right accessories. With the kit version, you get a power supply, data cables, and a serial adapter. The only other thing that you may need is a T-USB , which converts a USB port into an RS 232 serial port.
- Installation is easy as 1-2-3: click here to see the 3-step installation process.
- If you get stuck and need some advice, we are just a phone call or email away.
1. All of Zaber's T-Series products have integrated stepper motor controller and motor driver!
2. 200 step per revolution stepper motor, microstepped up to 128x to provide smooth and precise motion.
3. Multiple units can be daisy-chained and controlled via serial port without additional hardware.
4. Powered by standard AC/DC adaptors (included in kits), a convenient and inexpensive solution.
5. Innovative design allows for superior speed & load capabilities: up to 29 mm/s speed & 10 kg load.
6. Stage top supports Metric M3 threaded holes with M4 center mount and can be removed for lower XY profile.
7. Available in travel lengths from 25 to 200 mm, with user customized options available.
8. Multiple T-LSM stages can be assembled in XY or XYZ configuration without additional hardware.
Zaber's intuitive windows software makes it easy to control the speed and position of the unit, change the device settings and write custom scripts. For Labview users, we offer a free Labview certified driver. After completing a move command, the slide will report its position through the RS-232 link. For a detailed list of available commands see the T-LSM User's Manual .
An optional knob at the end of the unit permits smooth manual control. Turn the knob a little and the unit will move at microns per second. Turn it fully to get a maximum speed of 7 mm/s. During a manual move the slide constantly transmits its position so the controlling computer can track it.