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Queensgate Instruments - an Elektron Technology brand - is to unveil its revolutionary new Dual Sensor Technology at this year's European Microscopy Congress (emc2012) from the 16th to 21st of September in Manchester. This event is home to Europe's largest exhibition dedicated to microscopy, and will see the launch of Queensgate's ground­breaking new objective scanning mechanism and analogue controller, offering faster, more accurate and more stable microscope objective focusing than ever before.

Queensgate to launch Dual Sensor Technology™ at emc2012

Cambridge, UK | Posted on August 30th, 2012

Dual Sensor Technology is a pioneering control technique that represents a step change in nanopositioning technology, overcoming the limitations of traditional controllers and allowing faster step responses, improved stability against payload changes and a dramatic increase in mechanical bandwidth. The first system to take advantage of this innovative technology will be Queensgate's new OSM­Z­100B 100 μm objective scanning mechanism and NPC­A-1110DST standalone analogue single­axis closed loop driver. This technical innovation will allow throughputs up to three times faster than the industry standard, with unrivalled step and settling times.

To learn more about Dual Sensor Technology, visit Elektron Technology on Stand 915 at emc2012.

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About Elektron Technology
Elektron Technology is a global designer and manufacturer of fast moving engineered products, the precision engineered components that enable two of the most important technology areas of the always-on, networked economy: Connectivity and Instrumentation, and Monitoring & Control (IMC).

The Group has a broad portfolio of products that are recognised leaders in their markets, playing a critical role in many industries from underwater construction to food preparation, semiconductor manufacture to emergency vehicle systems. They result from a commercially focused, customer-led new product development process centred on the Group’s Technology Centre based in Cambridge. The Group’s products are sold worldwide to over 7,000 customers, around 100,000 end-users, and used in all seven continents and in space.q

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Queensgate Instruments, Woodland Road
Torquay, Devon TQ2 7AY United Kingdom
T: +44 (0)1803 407 701

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