ultrasonic generator

ultrasonic generator

[¦əl·trə′sän·ik ′jen·ə‚rād·ər]
(engineering acoustics)
A generator consisting of an oscillator driving an electroacoustic transducer, used to produce acoustic waves above about 20 kilohertz.
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A notable feature of the equipment is that every washing stage is equipped with a dual frequency ultrasonic generator, which results elevated levels of ultra-fine cleaning performance.
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The MOU outlines licensing terms for use of the technology as a component of the ultrasonic generator package, as well as giving LEXG the right to continue to develop the technology for other applications.
Starting with the introduction of sweeping frequency in 1988, there has been a continuous stream of development and patents covering new ultrasonic generator and transducer technology.
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