Canon Optoelectronic Components, Integrating the Latest Technologies. Canon has been developing industrial components with super-high levels of precision and accuracys using its optical technologies gained and accumulated for over half a century. Canon now has a line of products that integrate cutting-edge optical technologies, electronic circuit technologies, and super-precision fabrication technologies, meeting the needs of our customers everywhere from research and development to production lines.
On our last day at Photonics West 2023, Canon’s Asumi Kobayashi talks linear ultrasonic motors. Learn about what Canon’s motors can do by checking out this video.
Canon's BN22A brushless servomotors are compact in size and provide high output power, achieving accurate control from low- to high-speed ranges.
Canon's BN13 brushless servomotors are compact in size and provide high output power. Cordless winding technology contributes to low cogging, resulting in a high mechanical response.
Canon's linear ultrasonic motors (USM) are used as an autofocusing actuator for Canon camera lenses, offering high speed and smooth drive.
At Photonics West 2022, Asumi Kobyashi at Canon USA introduces a high performance, high reliability piezo motor that features high speed and response, followed by a servo motor driver that features four-axis control and a series of DC brushless motors with features including high efficiency and high-precision positioning capabilities.
The Machine Vision RV-Series from Canon is made up of a group of systems that are specifically designed to work as the “eyes” of robotic arm systems. Benefits for using these machine vision systems include one-time measurements of 3D pose, high-speed recognition, improved productivity, and reduced production costs. This series is ideal for use in industrial production applications such as automobile parts manufacturing, car manufacturing, and electronics manufacturing.
Sukegawa Takashi from Canon USA, Inc. Optoelectronic Components introduces the new Canon Immersion Grating. With a size that is 1/27th of typical spectroscopy devices and the ability to cover infrared frequencies from 1 to 20 micrometers, this immersion grating is ideal for astronomy, satellites, and large ground-based telescope applications.
ADDITIONAL CONTACT INFORMATION
Canon USA, Inc. Motion Control Products Group
Contact: Asumi Kobayashi