The piezo driver output voltage can be set by a 10-turn, DC offset potentiometer in the range of -3 to -1000 Volts.
The piezo driver output voltage is controlled by an analog signal applied to the BNC input ranging from 0 to 11 Volts. Multiplying by the gain factor of -100, an output voltage range of -3 to -1100 Volts results. The DC offset potentiometer allows for a continuous variation of the input voltage range between 0 V to +11 V and -11 V to 0 V.
For computer-controlled operation, an DAC Interface/Display Module can be used (requires E-500/E-501 chassis). For frequency response with selected HVPZTs see graph below.
E-507.00 is not a stand-alone system. It requires the E-500/E-501 chassis with integrated power supply to function as an amplifier. A 32-pin connector is used to interface with the E-500/E-501 chassis.
E-507.00 Linear High Voltage Piezo Amplifier Driver Module, -3 to -1100 V