What specific functions does the autoalignment piezoactuator controller provide?
The autoalignment piezoactuator controller solves the major problems of: 1. Acquiring an initial throughput signal and then maximizing it through constant active adjustment of the appropriate axes of a piezo positioner normally the vertical (Z) and horizontal axes (Y). 2. Compensating, in real time, for micrometer scale misalignment in Z and Y, caused by interaction between axes, as axial displacement (X), pitch (y), yaw (z), and roll (x) are adjusted for optimum throughput power. 3. Correcting environmental disturbances caused by temperature changes or vibrations.