New version piezosystem jena-ServiceTool 1.2 for digital piezo-electronics with extended and improved functions
By the use of the ServiceTool you can adjust many advantages for the actuators. For example function generators and filters can be set, such as slew rate and bit-controller. Also exact trigger values can be set with the d-Drive. Thus the user is able to adjust and coordinate essential functions and parameters easily. This relates to the implementation of more complex functions till reading out data. Furthermore, the individual measurements of the actuators can be shown in a diagram.
•operation: ServiceTool with GUI (graphical user interface) or HyperTerminal for text-based communication
•communication: USB or RS 232
•graphical display and output variance analysis
Commands / functions
•text fields for command input and amplifier feedback
•input of sine-, triangle-, square function, sweep and noise
•filter: trigger values set (d-Drive), slew-rate, bit-controllers, function generators
•switching between open-loop (OL) / closed-loop (CL)
•output, readback of voltage (OL) and location (CL)
Minimum requirements: operating system from Windows XP, 32 or 64 bit, .NET-Framework 2.0.
The new ServiceTool 1.2 can be downloaded on our homepage www.piezosystem.com. For further information please contact us.
piezosystem jena is leading provider of nanopositioning products for high-precision movements of different components. Our piezo stages and actuators are used in the fields of microscopy, optics, semiconductors, automation, life science & material science etc.
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