Ultrasonic Generator

Ultrasonic Generator

TU Desktop Single Frequency Ultrasonic Generator

TCR Single Frequency Ultrasonic Generator

TD Desktop Dual Frequency Ultrasonic Generator

TC Desktop Single Frequency Ultrasonic Generator

Ultrasonic generator cabinet

XR series digital ultrasonic generator

XU Ultrasonic Generator

MB ultrasonic generator PCB

What’s an Ultrasound Generator?

The central component of an ultrasound cleaning product is the ultrasound generator, the origin that gives the electrical power towards the system’s ultrasound transducers. The task from the ultrasound generator would be to receive and convert energy in the source of energy towards the proper frequency, current, and amperage. Electrical current in the power lines are transmitted at roughly 100 to 250 volts AC along with a frequency of 50 to 60 Hz. Nearly all ultrasound cleaning systems require ultrasound generator to provide the ultrasound transducer in a considerably greater current and also the specific frequency meant for the ultrasound cleaning system’s operation.

Ultrasound generator selection ought to be in line with the specific cleaning needs from the application so the the best results is possible. Additionally to requiring the ability and frequency to complement the transducer needs, the cleaning tank must have the ability to accommodate the biggest part to become cleaned. Furthermore, the ability, frequency, and also the tank size should be suitable for the kind of contaminant and also the mechanical strength from the parts active in the cleaning application.

Because of technological advances, ultrasound generators can handle acquiring feedback in the transducers enabling these to maintain maximum ultrasound cleaning results by modifying the regularity and output. When needed, ultrasound generators can offer customized variations inside a waveform, which optimizes the ultrasound cleaning capacity, but simultaneously decreases the probability of parts damage during cleaning.

The correct frequency is important for effective ultrasound cleaning. Low frequencies create a cleaning solution with large, active cavitation bubbles. Because the cleaning action created by low frequencies is much more effective, this process is the best for sturdy components that won’t be broken with hard surfaces that aren’t prone to pitting. Mid-range frequencies produce smaller sized cavitation bubbles producing a gentler cleaning action. The greatest frequency ranges can be used for very delicate components for example medical components and electronic components.

When ultrasound cleaning is needed for a person process involve exactly the same kinds of parts, single-frequency ultrasound generators are usually used. Multi-frequency ultrasound generators able to produce numerous frequencies can also be found for facilities that need ultrasound parts cleaning for various parts with differing characteristics.

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Classification of ultrasonic generators
It can be divided into frequency adjustable ultrasonic generator, 100W/300W ultrasonic generator, low power ultrasonic generator, high frequency ultrasonic generator, large function ultrasonic generator and digital display ultrasonic generator.
Frequency adjustable
The power is adjustable from “0” to 3000 watts, and the frequency is adjustable from 20KHZ to 40KHZ. Ultrasonic generators can be shared using different transducers.
The structure is reasonable, so as to prevent moisture, impact, fire, and operation. People who have never used an ultrasonic cleaner and who do not understand the frequency power, as long as they have a little electrician common sense, will see it.

With the development of modern electronic technology, especially microprocessor (uP) and signal processor (DSP), the function of ultrasonic generator is more and more powerful, but no matter how it changes, its core function should be as follows. Only the technology is different when each part is implemented. The ultrasonic generator generates a signal of a specific frequency, which may be a sinusoidal signal or a pulse signal. The specific frequency is the frequency of the ultrasonic transducer. Generally, the ultrasonic frequency used in the ultrasonic device is 25 kHz, 28 kHz, 35KHz, 40KHz; 100KHz
I believe that the use of the surface will gradually expand. A relatively complete ultrasonic generator should also have a feedback link, mainly providing feedback signals in two aspects:
The first is to provide the output power signal, we know when the power supply (voltage) of the ultrasonic generator changes. The output power of the ultrasonic generator will also change. At this time, it is reflected in the ultrasonic transducer that the mechanical vibration is suddenly large and small, resulting in unstable cleaning effect. Therefore, it is necessary to stabilize the output power, and the power amplifier is adjusted correspondingly by the power feedback signal, so that the power amplification is stable.
The second is to provide a frequency tracking signal. When the ultrasonic transducer works at the resonance frequency point, its efficiency is the highest, and the work is the most stable. The resonance frequency of the ultrasonic transducer will change due to assembly reasons and work aging. Of course, the frequency of this change is only drift, and the change is not very The large, frequency tracking signal can control the signal ultrasonic generator so that the frequency of the signal ultrasonic generator tracks the resonant frequency point of the ultrasonic transducer within a certain range. Let the ultrasonic generator work at its best.