KEMET Disc Shape Piezoelectric Transducers | New Product Brief
KEMET Electronics' Disc Shape Piezoelectric Transducers harness the power of cutting-edge piezoceramic materials to leverage the remarkable piezoelectric effect. Watch and learn all about their features, specs, applications, and more!
KEMET Disc Shape Piezoelectric Transducers
KEMET Electronics' Disc Shape Piezoelectric Transducers, available from Mouser Electronics, harness the power of cutting-edge piezoceramic materials to leverage the remarkable piezoelectric effect. These transducers generate an electrical charge in response to pressure and demonstrate an inverse piezoelectric effect. They are engineered to perform reliably across a temperature range spanning from -20 to +60 degrees Celsius, ensuring dependable operation in diverse environmental conditions.
The models employing the N6 material exhibit a high coupling coefficient, high mechanical quality factor, and low dielectric loss, making them particularly suitable for high-power applications. On the other hand, versions utilizing the N21 material showcase a high coupling coefficient and a large g-constant, rendering them ideal for sensing applications.
KEMET Electronics' Disc Shape Piezoelectric Transducers find versatile applications in vibratory feeders, ultrasonic cleaning machines, levitation systems, flow and level meters, and various other technical fields. With their advanced features and robust design, these transducers offer precise and efficient solutions for a wide range of applications.
KEMET Electronics' Disc Shape Piezoelectric Transducers utilize cutting-edge materials to leverage the piezoelectric effect, providing reliable performance across a range of temperatures. Their diverse material options cater to different application needs, making them valuable components in a variety of technical systems.
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