<span style="font-size: 12pt;">★ Guide-Linear ball, Gothic arc-groove formed by dual arc-grooves individually on upper and lower rails of body. Ball moving in single groove is structured by 2 points-contact, and total 4contact points in dual arc-groove to form strong rail constructure.</span> <br /><span style="font-size: 12pt;">★ Transmission Parts-Ball screw, It transmits through the ball involving in the locknut and screw to reach the accuracy and longer operation lifetime.</span> <br /><span style="font-size: 12pt;">★ Material-Stainless Steel</span> <p><br /><span style="font-size: 12pt;"><span style="color: #e03e2d;"><strong>★</strong></span><span style="color: #e03e2d;"><strong>This product pic. shows as CZLS60-S2PN-CD.</strong></span></span></p>">
★This product pic. shows as CZLS60-S2PN-CD.
Table Size (mm)
60 X 60
60 X 80
Travel Stroke (mm)
Ball screw Ø8, lead 1mm
Linear Ball Guiding
Stage Material / Surface Treatment
Stainless Steel / Electroless Nickel Plating
Main Unit Weight (Kg)
Resolution (Pulse) (µm)
2 (Full) / 1 (Half)
Max. Speed (Full Step) (mm / sec)
Positioning Presion (µm)
Repeatability Precision (µm)
Load Capacity (Kgf)
Missed Step (µm)
Dynamic Straightness (µm)
Dynamic Parallelism (µm)
Type / Shaft Numbers
5-phase stepper / ☐ 42 double shafts
Brand / Model
SANYO / 103F5510-8211
Driver Brand / Model
Please refer to reference table
Stage Side Connector
15-Pin male end connetor D-SUB / 12-Pin male end connetor HRS
Controller Side Connector
15-Pin female end connetor D-SUB / 12-Pin female end connetor HRS (Additional options)
Photoelectric sensor GMT-sensor
Origin Approximation Sensor
N / A
24V ± 10%
NPN open collector output under 24V 8mA
Testing (sensing)：output transistor OFF (closed)
|System Configuration Diagram|
♦ For selection of the drivers preferred, please refer to the reference table or the catalogue of Motor・Driver.
♦ All of the drivers chosed are the specification of GMT preferred. For different needs, please choose the suitable drivers according to real functional needs.
GMT has defined different axis as the following figuration according to the movement direction:
Horizontal movement direction is X and Y axis.
Vertical movement direction is Z axis.
Movement around X, Y, Z axis is defined to α axis, β axis, and θ axis.
Green arrows present the specified axis movement direction.
Motor・driver Reference Table