SIDUS Releases SS260 Series Deep Blue Vector

Posted by Eric Haun
Monday, August 04, 2014
SIDUS Releases SS260 Series Deep Blue Vector

Deep Water Pan & Tilt Device (Gimbal) w/internal 19 Bit Absolute Positioning and unprecedented .001 precision of movement.

SIDUS Solutions, LLC, a specialized manufacturer of surveillance equipment, positioning devices and integrated systems is pleased to announce the introduction of their newest pan and tilt positioner – the SS260 Series Deep Blue Vector.

Able to withstand subsea, deep sea and hazardous areas, this electrically driven, high torque 2 axis positioning device has a single turn resolution of 0.001° (precision of movement) and the repeatability of position of .01° incorporates superbly machined, extremely low backlash gears and a field serviceable modular design, the manufacturer said.

This positioner series increases overall operational efficiency, offers enhanced stability, accuracy and resolution. The advanced electronics allows for any remote settings via the data connection or internet and the modular design simplifies routine maintenance requirements. This device is designed for any application that demands large loads to be positioned remotely (>150 lbs.) and contains internal software allowing for seamless integration with your existing equipment – new or legacy.

Unique to the market, SIDUS offers EPCi-Engineering, Procurement, Construction and installation support with the capability to interface/integrate our systems with all of the major automation/PLC/SCADA systems.

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