piezosystem jena One Channel

  • piezosystem jena One Channel Amplifiers - 10mA

    piezosystem jena One Channel Amplifiers - 10mA

    Small, Digital, 1-Channel Amplifier

    USB connected devices have become common in lab environments. The nano box USB is a standalone piezo amplifier with 16 bit D/A resolution. Its small size and powerful amplifier includes a USB 2.0 interface that offers a variety of helpful commands.

  • piezosystem jena One Channel Amplifiers - 40mA

    piezosystem jena One Channel Amplifiers - 40mA

    Analog and Digital 1-Channel Amplifiers

    Piezo amplifiers/controllers are designed for high precision low to mid-speed positioning of low-voltage piezo actuators. These amplifiers are tuned for extremely high output stability and extremely low signal noise at the output. A low amplifier signal-to-noise ratio is very important because it determines the total resolution of the actuator. The nearly unlimited resolution of piezo-electric actuators using these amplifiers results in ultra-precise movement.

  • piezosystem jena One Channel Amplifiers - 100mA

    piezosystem jena One Channel Amplifiers - 100mA

    Analog and Digital 1-Channel Amplifiers: Multiple Options for Single Channel Needs

    Piezo amplifiers/controllers are designed for high precision positioning of low-voltage piezo actuators. These amplifiers are tuned for extremely high output stability and extremely low signal noise at the output. A low amplifier signal-to-noise ratio is very important because it determines the total resolution of the actuator. The nearly unlimited resolution of piezo-electric actuators using these amplifiers results in ultra-precise movement.

  • piezosystem jena One Channel Amplifiers - 300mA

    piezosystem jena One Channel Amplifiers - 300mA

    Analog and Digital 1-Channel Amplifiers: Multiple Options for Single Channel needs

    Piezo amplifiers/controllers are designed for high precision positioning of low-voltage piezo actuators. These amplifiers are tuned for extremely high output stability and extremely low signal noise at the output. A low amplifier signal-to-noise ratio is very important because it determines the total resolution of the actuator. The nearly unlimited resolution of piezo-electric actuators using these amplifiers results in ultra-precise movement.