Piezoelectric devices generate electrical signals in response to vibrations and produce mechanical energy in response to electrical signals.
Piezoelectric actuators are devices that produce a small displacement with a high force capability when voltage is applied.
Piezoelectric drivers and piezoelectric amplifiers are power sources that provide the high voltage levels needed to drive other piezoelectric devices such as actuators, motors, transducers, and sensors.
Piezoelectric motors use a piezoelectric ceramic element to produce ultrasonic vibrations of an appropriate type in a stator structure. The consequent movement can either be rotational or linear depending on the design of the structure.
Piezoelectric sensors measure the electrical potential caused by applying mechanical force to a piezoelectric material. They are used in a variety of pressure-sensing applications.