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copyright © cedrat technologies | 03/2014    www.cedrat-technologies.com | actuator@cedrat-tec.com ^ CEDRAT <    , TECHNOLOGIES \    \ Innovation in Mechatronics > TABLE OF STANDARD PROPERTIES OF USE AND MEASUREMENT The properties defined in the table below, are set up according to the technical conditions of use and measurement. These properties are warranted within their variation range and in compliance with the standard technical conditions of use. Notes Max. no load displacement Blocked force Stiffness Resonance frequency (free-free) Response time (free-free) Capacitance Max. tensile force Resolution Height (in actuation direction) Depth (base) Width (base excl. wedge & wires) Width (base incl. wedge & wires) Mass Standard mechanical interface (top) Standard mechanical interface (base) Standard electrical interface STANDARD TECHNICAL CONDITIONS Quasistatic excitation, blocked-free Quasistatic excitation, blocked-free Quasistatic excitation, blocked-free Harmonic excitation, free-free, on the admittance curve Harmonic excitation, free-free, on the admittance curve Quasistatic excitation, free-free, on the admittance curve Static effort, blocked-free Quasistatic excitation 1 centered M2.5 threaded hole 2.5 mm deep 1 centered M2.5 threaded hole 2.5 mm deep 2 PTFE insulated AWG30 wires 100 mm long with 0 1 banana plug NOMINAL VALUES > PROPERTIES STANDARD TECHNICAL CONDITIONS OF USE AND MEASUREMENT Free-free : Blocked-free : Quasistatic excitation : Harmonic excitation : Max. harmonic excitation : Displacement measurement : Admittance measurement : Environment : The actuator is not fixed The actuator is fixed to a mechanical support assumed infinitely stiff AC voltage between -20 and 150 V at 1 Hz Voltage of 0.5 Vrms, sinusoidal mode from 0 to 100 kHz Voltage defined by the measurement of max. displacement, sinus at resonance frequency Laser interferometer, capacitive displacement sensor HP 4194 A or Cypher C60 electrical impedance analyser Ambient temperature (15-25°C) and dry air (Humidity < 50 % rH) Any technical conditions of use, different from those defined above, can lead to temporary or definitive alterations of properties. Thank you to contact CEDRAT TECHNOLOGIES before using actuators under non standard technical conditions. > FACTORY TESTS CARRIED OUT 0 Test 1 : Electrical admittance vs. Frequency, free-free 0 Test 2 : Displacement vs. input voltage > OPTIONAL EXTRA FACTORY TESTS 0 Test 3 : Gain and linearity of the sensor 0 Test 4 : Step response in closed loop 0 Test 5 : Stability in closed loop > OPTIONAL MECHANICAL INTERFACE □ [ FI ] Flat Interface    □ [ H ] Flat Interface with hole    0 [ TH ] Flat Interface with threaded hole □ [ FF ] Free-free Interface    □ [ SI ] Specific interface > AVAILABLE OPTIONS 0 [ SG ] Strain gauges 0 [ NM ] Non-magnetic □    [ ECS ] Eddy current displacement sensor 0 [ VAC ] Vacuum    0 [ SV ] Specific version / Customization

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