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Parker Hannifin releases mPR series of direct-drive stages

Parker Hannifin releases mPR series of direct-drive stages

March 8, 2017 - Parker’s Electromechanical and Drives Division ‒ North America announced the release of the mPR (miniature precision rotary) stage. The mPR series is a miniature, precision direct-drive rotary stage with integrated rotary bearing,  rotary encoder, and 3-phase AC servo motor.

The mPR 80 has common mounting features to that of Parker’s MX80 linear stage, as well as the mSR 80/100, and the mPR 100 size has common mounting features to that of our 404XR linear positioner so users will be able to create complete multi-axis systems using the mPR.

Standard features of the mPR Series include:

  • Two form factors
  • mPR 80 – 80 mm dia. X 75 mm
  • mPR 100 – 104 mm dia. X 90 mm tall
  • Continuous 360-degree operation
  • Four encoder resolutions (3 – digital incremental, 1 – analog sine/cosine)
  • Dowel holes in top and base for repeatable pinning
  • Through-hole aperture
  • Direct mounting features to Parker MX, mSR, and XR stages
  • 3-meter, high-flex cables
  • Lightweight aluminum construction

About Parker Hannifin

Parker Hannifin is a Fortune 250 global leader in motion and control technologies. For 100 years the company has engineered the success of its customers in a wide range of diversified industrial and aerospace markets. 

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