The F-131 is equipped with all-digital controls providing integrated commands for fast and low-vibration scanning; additionally there is a built-in data recorder for mapping, optimization and characterization of devices and couplings.
High-speed Ethernet and USB interfaces, a high resolution analog input for optical metrology, and a wealth of software libraries for rapid application development help ensure rapid productivity and flexibility in usage.
The powerful PIMikroMove graphical utility is provided for easy interactive control and visualization of the alignment process right out of the box, and programming examples in NI LabVIEW, Python, MATLAB and other popular programming environments are provided. Cross-platform support including Windows, macOS and Linux is amply documented for efficient development. The optional C-990.FA1 software provides fully automatic alignment of light-transmitting components.
An optional F-712.PM1 optical power meter provides high-bandwidth, broad-dynamic range optical metrology over a broad spectral range.
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Well known for the high quality of its products, PI (Physik Instrumente) has been one of the leading players in the global market for precision positioning technology for many years. PI has been developing and manufacturing standard and OEM products with piezo or motor drives for 40 years. By acquiring the majority shares in ACS Motion Control, a worldwide leading developer and manufacturer of modular motion controllers for multi-axis and high-precision drive systems, PI has made a major step forward in providing complete systems for industrial applications with the highest demand on precision and dynamics. In addition to four locations in Germany, the PI Group is represented internationally by fifteen sales and service subsidiaries.