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P-885 Piezo Stack Actuator for Nanopositioning

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Increased Lifetime and Higher Performance PICMA® (PI Ceramic Monolithic Actuator) piezo actuators are characterized by their high performance and reliability, even in extremely harsh environments. They are superior to conventional multilayer actuators in industrial applications and high-endurance situations, where they show substantially longer lifetimes both in static and dynamic operation.New Production Process, Optimized PZT Ceramics PICMA® piezo actuators are made from a ceramic material in which the piezoceramic properties such as stiffness, capacitance, displacement, temperature stability, leakage current and lifetime are optimally combined. The actuators' monolithic construction and special electrode structure was made possible by advances in production technology. This development is just one reflection of the more than 30 years experience of PI Ceramic with thousands of industrial PZT applications.Increased Lifetime through Humidity Resistance. The monolithic, ceramic-insulated design makes polymer-film insulation unnecessary. Diffusion of water molecules into the insulation layer, the major cause of dielectric breakdown, is greatly reduced by the use of cofired, outer ceramic insulation. Low Operating Voltage Superior Lifetime Even Under Extreme Conditions Very Large Operating-Temperature Range High Humidity Resistance Excellent Temperature Stability High Stiffness UHV Compatible to 10-9 hPa Sub-Millisecond Response & Sub-Nanometer Resolution
Product P-885 Piezo Stack Actuator for Nanopositioning
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