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Ultra-thin Direct Drive Rotary Table ACR-55UT from IntelLiDrives
Date:4/10/2013

ain features:
  • very low profile
  • high resolution
  • precision bearings
  • large center aperture
  • direct drive brushless motor
  • low velocity profile
  • can be mounted in any orientation

ACR055UT Specifications:

  • torque 6 Nm
  • resolution to 0.25 arc-sec
  • speed 1,000 rpm
  • accuracy 5 arc-sec
  • table height 22 mm
  • clear aperture 55 mm

For additional information contact:

IntelLiDrives, Inc.
8510 Bustleton Ave
Philadelphia, PA 19152
tel: (215) 728-6804
fax: (215) 745-9459

e-mail: admin(at)intellidrives(dot)com
web: http://www.intellidrives.com

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