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Save Development Time with the new Pick and Hold Module from Geeplus

Save Development Time with the new Pick and Hold Module from Geeplus
Geeplus has today announced a new ‘pick and hold’ circuit module. This new ‘pick and hold’ module is capable of determining the appropriate supply voltage, device, and current parameters for many applications. It is particularly suited for designs where solenoid devices are used.
17th July 2013

Miniature Push/Pull solenoids from Geeplus offer High force using Low power

Miniature Push/Pull solenoids from Geeplus offer High force using Low power
Ideally suited to remote or renewable energy applications where rechargeable or standard batteries or capacitors are used, the new Geeplus range of small Push-Pull solenoids provides a robust solution for a number of applications requiring a significant holding force using minimal power.
15th December 2011

Geeplus adds flexible circuits to three more of their Voice Control Motors

Geeplus adds flexible circuits to three more of their Voice Control Motors
Due to the successful introduction of a flexible circuit and cover on their VM2836 and VM5050 voice coil motor, Geeplus has now extended these same benefits to three other models. Now available on their 33, 40 and 80mm models, the newly added circuits provide a simple and reliable electrical connection, which in turn has a consistent influence on force behaviour. Termination can be specified by the customer as either a flexible tail or a connector.
1st November 2011


Re-engineered rotary solenoid provides price reduction

Re-engineered rotary solenoid provides price reduction
Unlike many miniaturised components where a smaller size invariably means a higher price, a new 12mm bistable rotary solenoid from Geeplus, the BRS1212, has benefitted from re-engineering which has resulted in reduced costs of up to 50% for volumes of 5k upwards. The device also incorporates the added facility of an end stop.
19th September 2011

Electro-Magnets resist damage

Electro-Magnets resist damage
Geeplus have changed the surface treatment of their electro-magnet range in order to optimise their operation when used in areas of heavy traffic such as hospital corridors. The new surface treatment, which can also be applied to custom parts, provides the magnets with an extremely hard surface which is resistant to accidental damage.
19th August 2011

Geeplus actuator provides highly accurate repeatability without high cost

Geeplus actuator provides highly accurate repeatability without high cost
Providing an economic way of positioning of small, low mass, optical elements for focussing or beam deflection mechanisms, where repeatability is critical, but the small deflection from the axis is not, a new, compact actuator from Geeplus combines a voice coil motor and steel flexures to guide the coil assembly for frictionless operation.
2nd November 2010

Miniature rotaries from Geeplus extend optical applications

When used in conjunction with a shutter, the latest Geeplus miniature bistable rotary solenoid really comes into its own for blocking laser, infrared and other forms of light.
9th April 2010

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

Small 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. Reduction in size often means a reduction in internal component dimensions which can lead to operational faults, but the VCM1614 benefits from a Geeplus designed bearing which not only keeps dimensions down, but also provides better and more reliable guidance of the coil assembly.
30th June 2009

Permanent magnet gives rotary solenoid speed increase

By using a permanent magnet instead of a spring a new bistable rotary solenoid has a significant increase in speed of operation.
9th August 2007

Electro-magnets overcome the problems of residual magnetism

 Electro-magnets overcome the problems of 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. Residual magnetism is common in electro-magnetic devices due to unavoidable very small air gaps which occur within the unit. Saturation tends to occur in the pole regions causing some residual field to remain when power is removed.
9th November 2006

Flat voice coil motor has very low profile

A new very low profile flat voice coil motor from Geeplus Europe is designed in such a way that it offers good clearance in assembly and has latitude for tilting on one axis. It is ideally suited for use in multiple axis applications, such as moving optical filters.
25th September 2006

Tiny Bistable Rotary Solenoid

Tiny Bistable Rotary Solenoid
Claimed to be the world’s smallest bistable rotary solenoid, Geeplus has launched the tiny S1020 which measures just 2cms long and just 1cm in diameter.
7th September 2006

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.
6th July 2006

New data on electromechanical motion control solutions

New data on electromechanical motion control solutions
Two new publications from Geeplus Europe provide designers with almost 150 pages about electro-mechanical motion control solutions.
8th February 2006

Servo Shutter Mechanism is Fast to Open and Close

Servo Shutter Mechanism is Fast to Open and Close
A voice coil drive instead of the more usual solenoid or geared motor mechanism which enables much faster open/close speeds to be achieved, is the heart of a new servo shutter mechanism developed by Geeplus Europe.
8th February 2006

Rotary stepping solenoid behaves like an angle stepper motor

Rotary stepping solenoid behaves like an angle stepper motor
A new rotary stepping solenoid from Geeplus behaves like a very large angle stepper motor with 30 or 60 degree increments.
8th February 2006


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