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Linear vibration control for laboratory applications

Linear vibration control for laboratory applications
  Supplied in an easily mounted cast body with steel flexures for support, the VIBRO1 has been introduced by Geeplus. Designed to provide the sensitive control of linear vibration in delicate laboratory mixing or separating applications, it incorporates the company's HAP56 actuator.
12th May 2014

Continued improvement and additions throughout their standard rotary solenoid range has prompted Geeplus to produce a new guide to the revised specifications and increased applications of their products.

Continued improvement and additions throughout their standard rotary solenoid range has prompted Geeplus to produce a new guide to the revised specifications and increased applications of their products.
The most important of the new characteristics are the extended angle of rotation up to 95°, a starting torque of up to 13Nm (gross starting torque at 20°C), an extended life time of up to >50 million cycles and extremely fast response time with switching times of < 5ms possible (depending on size and load)
1st November 2011

New Voice Coil Motor from Geeplus has magnetic qualities

New Voice Coil Motor from Geeplus has magnetic qualities
Using a highly optimised magnet assembly to produce exceptional force / mass ratio for high acceleration in dynamic applications, the new VM6340 is one of a new generation of voice coil motors from Geeplus capable of providing an increase of 30-50% in performance.
2nd November 2010


Smallest standard voice coil motor from Geeplus uses new materials for better power and more stability

Smallest standard voice coil motor from Geeplus uses new materials for better power and more stability
Measuring just 16mm in diameter, 14mm in length and developing 0.55N of force, Geeplus International have launched what they claim to be the world’s smallest standard Voice Coil Motor.
30th June 2009

New magnet design develops extra power

New magnet design develops extra power
A totally new concept in magnet design and construction has enabled Geeplus to develop a voice coil motor which develops between 30 and 40% more force than devices using a similar coil.
19th November 2007

GEEPLUS announce the world' ssmallest bistable rotary solenoid

GEEPLUS announce the world' ssmallest bistable rotary solenoid
Claimed to be the world’s smallest bistable rotary solenoid, Geeplus have launched the tiny S1020 which measures a miniscule 2cms long and just 1cm in diameter. Designed for the operation of optical shutters or very light frictionless loads, the S1020 has a surprisingly fast operating speed of less than 4ms with a 10 degree operating angle.
25th October 2007

Electro magnets with ejector pins overcome residual magnetism

Electro magnets with ejector pins overcome residual magnetism
A new range of electro-magnets from Geeplus have been designed with ejector pins to enable them to overcome the problems of residual magnetism occurring when power to the device is switched off.
9th October 2007

Permanent magnet gives new solenoid faster operation

Permanent magnet gives new solenoid faster operation
Significant increase in speed from a bistable rotary solenoid which uses permanent magnets instead of a spring. The use of a permanent magnet instead of a spring has resulted in a new bistable rotary solenoid from Geeplus, which the company claims has a significant increase in speed of operation.
27th September 2007

New slipping clutches from Geeplus protect against overlead

New slipping clutches from Geeplus protect against overlead
A new range of slipping clutches from Geeplus are designed to protect clutches and other rotating components against overload in order to limit the maximum torque applied to the primary drive. These devices incorporate a spring mechanism which transmits power without slipping, up to the point where the torque is sufficient to release the spring, at which stage the device slips with constant friction torque.
25th September 2007


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