The NanoScan OP800 piezo objective scanner was designed to offer 800 µm of closed-loop travel range for operation within the piezo focus range without adjusting the sample. The company claims it allows deeper Z-stacks to be completed: ideal for multiphoton imaging techniques. The scanner is flexure-guided with built-in capacitive position feedback. It features a constant velocity mode operation, allowing precision ramping to form image stacks over long ranges. The OP800 offers plug-and-play capability without the need to match controllers. The company claims both digital and analog interfacing are easy to set up, while the low-noise, high-powered digital electronics allow rapid stepping. The OP800 is designed to be suitable for life sciences, materials, and semiconductor applications, such as optical sectioning, surface analysis, wafer inspection, and scanning interferometry.