Piezosystem Jena piezo actuators have mean time-to-failure of 36,000 hours
The P/S series of piezo actuators are hermetically sealed to shield against extreme temperatures, high pressure, and corrosive environments, with a mean time-to-failure of 36,000 hours (for use below 85°C and 100 V).
The P/S series of piezo actuators are hermetically sealed to shield against extreme temperatures, high pressure, and corrosive environments, with a mean time-to-failure of 36,000 hours (for use below 85°C and 100 V). Translators are available with a stroke of 18 to 70 Î¼m, and the drive has a blocking force up to 3400 N.
Hermetically insulated stack type actuators series P/S
âlong life under extreme conditions
The piezo actuators of the P/S series are enclosed by hermetically sealed housing meeting the requirement of the IP 68 protection classification. Thus the piezoelectric element is shielded against external influences, such as extreme temperatures, high pressure and corrosive environments - conditions in which conventional actuators reach only a limited lifetime of a few hours. Unlike the series P / S, which achieves an Mean Time To Failure of 36,000 hours (for use below 85°C and 100V).
Translators are available in versions with a stroke of 18Î¼m up to 70Î¼m. The piezo drive is also able to realize a blocking force of up to 3400 N. The construction of the housing tightly encloses the stack, thereby avoiding mechanical play. A built in pre-load mechanism and mounting attachments make installation easy. The M3 thread in the bottom plate allows for easy adaptation into existing systems.
â¢ Motion up to 70 µm
â¢ Blocking force up to 3400 N
â¢ Universal use in different settings
â¢ Hermetically sealed
â¢ Very small and compact design
â¢ Independent from environmental conditions
â¢ Mounting at bottom plate
A few common applications include adjustment of X-Y tables, mirror/prism positioning, linear motors, and fluid flow control valve drives.
For further information on the series P/S please visit www.piezosystem.com or email email@example.com.
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