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Piezo motion technology market leader PI (Physik Instrumente) introduces a new low-cost piezo driver designed for OEM integration.
High Performance for Dynamic Motion Systems
Despite its compact size, the new E-836.03 piezo driver provides for the dynamic operation of low-voltage multilayer piezo actuators and piezo positioning systems.
The new module can source and sink peak currents to 100mA and provides an output voltage range of -30 to 130V. Running on only 24 volts, the module also integrates the high-voltage supply for the piezo driver as well as the other required supply voltages.
As with all PI piezo drivers, amplifiers and controllers, the compact unit is short-circuit-proof and equipped with full over current and over temperature protection.
More Information on PI Motion Controllers and Positioning Systems:
About Physik Instrumente (PI)
PI is a leading manufacturer of precision motion control equipment, piezo systems, piezo motors and actuators for photonics, bio-nanotechnology, medical engineering & semiconductor applications. PI has been developing and manufacturing standard & custom precision products with piezoceramic and electromagnetic drives for 4 decades. The company has been ISO 9001 certified since 1994 and provides innovative, high-quality solutions for OEM and research. PI is present worldwide with eight subsidiaries, R&D / engineering on 3 continents and total staff of 750+
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