The IB-C140-Air slit system has primarily found application within the neutron community. The slit system uses the same concepts as the other IB-slits but is to handle the significantly larger and heavier blades.

The standard blade materials are B4C or tungsten carbide. Other blades can be accommodated by JJ X-Ray or the customers.

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Technical specifications

Aperture size
Maximum: 140 mm x 140 mm
Minimum: Full overlap

1 micron per full step

< 2 micron

± 10 microns over the full range
± 1 micron or better with encoders

Limit switches (end-of-travel)
Included as standard on all motions

High precision internal rails and carriages

Electrical connections
Limit switches coupled to 2 motor connectors (SUB-D 15 pins male)

2-phase stepping motors

Mechanical dimensions
495 mm x 495 mm x 78 mm
434 mm x 434 mm x 78 mm (housing only)

Mechanical connections
M6-threaded holes are on the sides, as shown in the drawing.

≈ 12.0 kg

Outer surface
Anodized aluminum in color nature

Common options
Blades: Various blade shapes and materials
Motors: Custom high-resolution stepping, including IMS motors
Encoders: Back-axle rotary encoders or internal Renishaw linear encoders (absolute or incremental)
Non-magnetic guides and lead screws and extension of motor housings for large distance
Custom connectors