environmentally friendly products. The future of piezoelectric actuators is undoubtedly lead-free, and the shift towards lead-free materials is already well underway.
The shift towards lead-free piezoelectric materials has been driven by various factors. First, governments around the world have imposed strict regulations on the use of lead-based materials due to their potential environmental and health hazards. Second, consumers are increasingly demanding environmentally friendly products, and lead-free piezoelectric materials are a step in that direction. Third, the development of new lead-free materials with improved properties has made it possible to replace lead-based materials without compromising on performance.
Starting tests of Miniswys ultrasonic motors featuring lead-free piezo is a crucial step in ensuring the performance and reliability of these actuators. The use of lead-free piezoelectric materials such as BNT (barium neodymium titanate) in these actuators offers many advantages over traditional lead-based materials, including improved environmental and health safety. The starting test involves carefully calibrating the piezo actuators and measuring their response to electrical signals to ensure optimal functioning. With the shift towards lead-free piezoelectric materials, starting tests like these are becoming increasingly important to ensure the quality and safety of piezo actuators in various industries in the future. Miniswys aims to have an extensive overview of the performances its micro-motors can achieve in fall of this year.