Ultrasonic Array Controller Is A Particle Manipulator

Ultrasound Research Group (URG) at Neurotechnology unveils its Ultrasonic Array Controller UAC128, a continuous-wave FPGA-based controller for driving ultrasonic transducer arrays. The controller, together with a transducer array, can be used for ultrasonic field focusing, beam forming and other ultrasonic field control for ultrasonic particle manipulation research and applications such as cell trapping, patterning and sorting, patterning and assembly of micro components and materials. The controller can also be applied in ultrasonic haptic feedback and ultrasonic wireless power transfer systems.

 

The Ultrasonic Array Controller UAC128 features:

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  • 128 channels
  • 25 kHz - 1.25 MHz operating frequency range
  • Sine-like waveforms (at operating frequencies <250 kHz)
  • PWM waveforms (at operating frequencies >250 kHz)
  • Phase and amplitude control for each channel
  • Output voltage range up to 48 Vpp
  • Ethernet connectivity

For a better look, watch a video demo of the Ultrasonic Array Controller UAC128. Also, pay a visit to Neurotechnology.

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