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Abstract:
With the nano box USB piezosystem jena provides an digital piezo amplifier with an USB 2.0 interface. The nano box USB is designed for all piezo actuators, which have the suffix D in their part number. The integrated sensor controller allows reading out the positioning information to compensate for drift behavior.

Digital piezo amplifier nano box USB

Jena, Germany | Posted on July 9th, 2014

The nano box USB can be operated via an USB interface. The interface will be provided by the PC as a virtual COM-port. This makes it possible to operate the nano box USB by using a terminal program, which is delivered with the operating system or can be downloaded as freeware. Operating programs especially for the nano box USB and virtual instruments for LabVIEW can be downloaded on www.piezosystem.com.

Characteristics:
•resolution 16 bit
•output voltage 0 … 130 V
•output current 10 mA
•output 1.5 W
•single channel

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