Last week the Heason team showcased cutting edge motion components and solutions at the DSEI Show in London.
Situated in South Hall on Stand S3-102, on display were a selection of motion components from our distribution partners which were appropriate for the security, defence, aerospace and extreme environment conditions. These included:
A centre piece of the show was a pan & tilt positioner. This highly accurate azimuth/elevation positioner can be custom-designed for applications such as line of sight/beyond line of sight secure communications. It can also be adapted for positioning other types of loads such as required for range finding or target tracking.
Jon Howard, Managing Director, comments “we are exceptionally proud to be part of this exciting event showcasing the best of our motion engineering capabilities from both our distribution partners as well as from our in-house manufacturing division”.
The 270 Nm
peak-torque capacity assembly is housed in a robust IP67- rated cast aluminium
enclosure for harsh environment installation. A compact dual-axis
micro-stepping/zero backlash gearbox drive arrangement includes rotary joints
that allows RF and other electrical services to pass through the complete
assembly, with full 360⁰ rotary travel for the azimuth axis and +/- 95⁰ for elevation. It is suitable for
both fixed and mobile use.
For further detailed technical information, take a look at our Show preview “Heason Technology at DSEI” which explains more.
The Defence Security and Equipment International (DSEI) is a defence and security equipment exhibition held every two years at the ExCel in London.
The DSEI Show draws thousands of visitors from both the trade and military industries. It is the world’s largest fully integrated international defence exhibition featuring six themed zones including Land, Air, Naval, Security Unmanned and Medical Innovation.
The DSEI returns in 2019 between 10th and 13th September.
For more information contact Heason on + 44 (0) 1403 792 300 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Date: 19 / 09 / 2017
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