Piezo driver

The drive electronics plays a key role in the performance of piezoelectric actuators. This versatile device is capable of driving both high-voltage and low-voltage piezo haptic actuators. The input signal can be either differential or single-ended. V boost switch, integrated.

GPIO-Adjustable Gains voltage and low-voltage piezoelectric loads.

PI is a worldwide leading supplier of solutions in the fields of motion and positioning. PI does not only develop and produce a broad range of positioning stages and actuators for linear , . Actuators using piezoelectric elements can be driven and controlled simply by I2C communication. Multiple patterns of drive waveform conditions can be set for before and after performing normal operation when executing the DRVPULSE instruction.

The piezoelectric drive waveforms are set externally by serial . A piezo controller is used to control the motion of a piezo positioning device. There are open and closed loop controllers.

Open-loop controllers are referred to as piezo driver or piezo power supply. Closed-loop controllers are divided in two basic types: analog-servo and digital servo based controllers. PI offers a very large . INVERTER DRIVE CIRCUITS.

For driving piezo fans, choppers and . Methods and amplifiers to drive a piezoelectric transducer. Readers will learn how to drive a piezo actuator such as a beam or stack. This can be use for example, to translate a three-adjuster mirror mount entirely in Z, without introducing tip or tilt. To accommodate differences between piezo devices, the . Piezo Motor Driver PMD4. Modular Motion Controller MMC-103.

Integrated controller for piezo motor . Our nanopositioner controller and driver modules are designed to be plug and play with our nanopositioning stages for ease of use and fast set up. They are offered with open or closed loop control. Please see our Nanopositioner Guide for compatible actuators, stages and mounts.

The piezo driver features bipolar and unipolar output loa and has a galvanic separation of the output.

Abstract: We present an inexpensive, low-noise ( V , ~Hz – 100~kHz) design for a piezo driver suitable for frequency tuning of external-cavity diode lasers.