Piezoelectric Ceramic Dielectric Ceramics and Substrates Datasheets

Piezoceramic Discs -- PIC 110 Material
from PI (Physik Instrumente) L.P.

PIC 110 is a modified barium titanate piezoelectric ceramics material with a Curie temperature of 150 °C. Its low acoustic impedance makes this material especially suitable for sonar and hydrophonic applications [See More]

  • Material Type: Barium titanate; Piezoelectric
  • Resistivity: 1.00E10
  • Loss Tangent: 0.0150
  • Width / OD: 0.0394 to 3.15
Extruded Piezoelectric Tubes -- Type 1
from EXELIS - Acoustic Sensors

Ideal for dense channel packaging where 50nm/V accuracy is required [See More]

  • Material Type: Piezoelectric; PZT
  • Loss Tangent: 2
  • Dielectric Constant: 1725
  • Length: ? to 0.9843
High-Frequency Dielectrics -- 216 MgTiO3
from Ferro Corporation-Electronic Material Systems

For high frequency applications such as resonators, filters, and antennas [See More]

  • Material Type: Piezoelectric; MgTiO3
  • CTE: -21
  • Max Use Temperature: 1325
  • Density: 3.43
High Performance Piezo Material -- PZT-508-HD
from Morgan Advanced Materials

Morgan Electro Ceramics announces the release of our new piezoelectric material, PZT-508-HD, for use in. demanding transducer and actuator applications. The new, high density material was designed to achieve low porosity and a uniform microstructure, offering. increased dielectric constant, low... [See More]

  • Material Type: Piezoelectric
  • Density: 7.9
  • Max Use Temperature: 195 to 215