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Note for this item
Operation voltage is more than 3.3V, and final check before shipment is done by Lipo battery (3.7V to 4V). The oscillation frequency depends on the applied voltage and if the applied voltage is lower (for example, 3V), frequency is out of piezoelectric element's resonance frequency (26 kHz), and will not produce any air blow. This is pure analog circuit, not digital one
Piezoelectric micro air blower driven by ultrasonic (26kHz) signal. It does flow the air and works as a "air pump"
It is very interesting for me to check new devices. I hope this device can be used for
Hovering item (tiny hover craft)
Listening aid item for hearing-impaired person (notice by air flow?)
You may think, "why so expensive?".. The answer is "piezoelectric air blower(MZB1001T02) alone costs $13."
Very lightweight (no need to have motor!)
Very small size (just 2cm square)
No need for extra high voltage source, no need oscillator circuit. All you will need is 3V-3.3V DC power supply!
Note for usage I am not sure of your actual application, so the selling items are still separated by
completed main board contains oscillator, voltage booster
Piezoelectric microblower (muRata MZB1001T02)
2-pin connector for DC power supply
Please connect (solder) main board with piezoelectric element and also 2-pin connector if you need it.
Recommended power supply: Lipo battery. On the silk presents "3.3V" but will accept Lipo voltage. (up to 4V)
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From childhood, I've loved making electrical things by soldering for some amateur radio related thing.
After graduated certain university and taking Ph. D, I did have a GaAs MMIC design working for 60 GHz system
but it's a bit long time ago.
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