Ultrasonic transducer, the English name is Ultrasonic transducer, is an energy conversion device that converts high frequency electrical energy into mechanical energy. It is often used in ultrasonic cleaners and is widely used in industries such as industry, life, education and medical.
The structure of the ultrasonic transducer is mainly composed of two metal parts, an intermediate piezoelectric ceramic, and a gasket (copper) for electrode extraction.
Ultrasonic transducers are actually piezoelectric ceramics whose frequency is the same as their resonant frequency, using the piezoelectric effect of the material to convert electrical energy into mechanical vibration. Under normal circumstances, ultrasonic waves are first generated by an ultrasonic generator, converted into mechanical vibration by an ultrasonic transducer, and ultrasonic waves are generated by an ultrasonic derivation device and an ultrasonic receiving device.