New Power Ultrasonic Transducer Technology from PI

Auburn, MA – PI now offers new solutions for customers looking for power ultrasonic transducers, such as Langevin transducers. The focus is on high mechanical quality and low power consumption.

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Langevin transducers are commonly used in a variety of applications, such as microfluidics, scalers, wire bonding, ultrasound imaging, non-destructive testing, and acoustic sensing. They have several advantages including high sensitivity, fast response time, and wide bandwidth.

PI provides virtual prototypes as part of their development process for piezoelectric transducers and piezo motion systems, allowing for faster, more precise, and cost-effective collaboration with customers before manufacturing sub-systems or complete solutions.

To achieve automated and efficient workflows with ultrasound scanners, a customized acoustic transducer is crucial. The Langevin transducer provided by PI offers modifiable parameters including:

  • Power consumption
  • Transducer material
  • Resonant frequency
  • Amplitude

About PI

PI is a global leader in piezo-technology, precision motion control, nanopositioning stages, and automation sub-systems. Technologies include multilayer and bulk piezo transducers, hexapods, magnetic drives, air bearings, and piezo electronics The company was founded 5 decades ago and today employs more than 1500 people in more than 20 locations around the world with manufacturing sites in USA, Europe, and Asia. PI’s customers are leaders in high-tech industries and research institutes in fields such as photonics, life-sciences, semiconductors, and aerospace.

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