Micromechatronics, Inc. (MMech)

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PAB-4010 Co-fired Multilayer Piezo Bender

PAB-4010 (L=40mm x W=10mm x H=0.55mm)

 

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Price (wires not included)

1-4 units: $120.00 per unit

5-9 units: $80.00 per unit

10-49 units: $50.00 per unit

50-99 units: $25.00 per unit

>100 units: Request us for a quote

Wires Attachment:

1-49 units: $10 per actuator

50-99 units: $5 per actuator

pdf-icon_sm PAB-4010 DATA SHEET

Specifications

Property
Value
Operating temperature range -20 to +100°C
Maximum Driving voltage ± 200 V DC
Recommeded Driving voltage ± 100V DC
Displacement at max voltage > ± 1000 um
Displacement at recom. voltage > ± 500 um
Blocking force at max voltage > 0.8 N
Blocking force at recom. voltage > 0.4 N
Capacitance A-G @ 120Hz 400 nF ± 20%
Capacitance B-G @ 120Hz 400 nF ± 20%
Dielectric Loss (tan Delta) < 3.0 %
Insulation Resistance > 10 Mohm
Overall Dimensions 40 mm x 10mm x 0.55 mm

(Above specifications are measured at room temperature)

Outer Dimensions

Driving Conditions

The PAB-4010 bender has three electrodes: A, G and B. There are two basic driving conditions that can be considered depending on the actuation needs

SINGLE-SIDE VOLTAGE CONTROL: BENDING TOWARD ONE SIDE ONLY

If a POSITIVE voltage is applied between A and G=Ground electrodes (Vin <100V), with the electrode B connected to G=Ground, the bender will deflect in one direction.

Similarly, if a NEGATIVE voltage is applied between B and G=Ground electrodes (Vin>-150V), with the electrode A connected to G=Ground, the bender will deflect toward the opposite direction. See below Figure.

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Please do not reverse the voltage when you drive the PAB-4010.

Electrode A should be connected to POSITIVE voltage (<100V)

Electrode B should be connected to NEGATIVE voltage (>-100V)

G is the Ground Electrode

DIFFERENTIAL VOLTAGE CONTROL: BENDING CAN BE CONTROLLED UPWARDS AND DOWNWARDS SIMULTANEOUSLY

This type of driving control requires a dual power supply to provide differential voltage to electrodes A and B. Then, the voltage in electrode G can be varied to obtain upwards and downwards bending. See below Figure.

Typical Performance

Please do not reverse the voltage when you drive the PAB-4010

More Information

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