If you know what a speaker does you should know what a transducer does.I've no idea how a transducer works. Searching here turns up a lot of stuff. I'm overwhelmed and can't find an introductory article or tutorials. Ideas?
I believe it's the latter as in their power supplies designed for 100 to 130 VAC or 220 to 240 VAC. They really don't say much.So that means anything between 100 and 240 volts at the resonate frequency, or that if you connect one of their power supplies then it needs 100V~130V or 220V~240V AC?
You say the one I linked to doesn't work, so right off the bat you go to where my link is made? The transducer is only a part of this, then you need the ultrasonic power supply/amplifier.https://www.bjultrasonic.com/shop/40khz-60w-ultrasonic-cleaning-transducer-pzt4/ here are some specs on the transducer. It reads: Input: 100V~130V or 220V~240V AC.
So that means anything between 100 and 240 volts at the resonate frequency, or that if you connect one of their power supplies then it needs 100V~130V or 220V~240V AC?
This leaves more questions unanswered then it solves.
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