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Piezosystem Jena GmbH provides a wide range of stack type actuators. This product line also includes the series PA actuators. These stack type actuators, based on multilayer ceramics, are internally preloaded with a mechanical spring.

The new stack type actuators series PA more flexibility for your application

Jena, Germany | Posted on December 13th, 2013

Due to the high resonant frequency, these actuators are used successfully in fast dynamic applications, e.g. for scanning mcroscopy, laser fine tuning, micro manipulation or mirror positioning.

The stack type actuators series PA can sustain high compressive forces or loads with tensile forces. The piezo actuators are characterized by their high stiffness of up to 85N/μm and large travel ranges up to 220μm.

The stack type actuators series PA are available with a M3 thread top plate or ball tips. Vacuum and low temperature versions are also readily available. Furthermore, the actuators can be combined with a sensor to achieve nanometer accuracy. The stack type actuators series PA have an uniform diameter of 14mm.

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