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Multichannel High Voltage Amplifier with Integrated High Voltage Power Supply

Updated: Sep 14, 2023

High voltage electronics products from Artimus Robotics feature high voltage amplifiers with integrated high voltage power supplies. These products include integrated control modules that offer digitally programmable arbitrary waveforms at each output. This approach is typically a more cost-effective solution compared to one amplifier per channel, and similarly, offers a more compact and integrated design. Furthermore, it is often easier to control with feedback, patterning, or synced operation.


High voltage electronics products from Artimus Robotics have the capability to offer multichannel control (independent control of each output linearly or nonlinear from 0-100%) using only one high voltage power supply. These power supplies are easy to control and enable nearly arbitrary patterning and synchronization of each output channel. The video below demonstrates the multichannel capabilities driving HASEL electrostatic actuators with independent control of each actuator from one high voltage electronics module.



Applications that benefit from multichannel control include electroactive polymers like dielectric elastomers and HASELs, and other electrostatic-based applications such as electrolaminates, electropneumatics, electrohydrodynamics, electrostatic chucks, piezoelectrics, electrophotography, electrospinning, electrophoresis, electrorheology, electrostatic flocking, corona charging, MEMS, mass spectrometry, electron beam steering, and ion beam steering.


Want to learn more about high voltage electronics development efforts? Contact Artimus Robotics at info@artimusrobotics.com.



About Artimus Robotics

Artimus Robotics designs and manufactures soft electric actuators and high voltage control electronics. The technology was inspired by nature (muscles) and spun out of the University of Colorado. HASEL (Hydraulically Amplified Self-healing ELectrostatic) actuator technology operates when electrostatic forces are applied to a flexible polymer pouch and dielectric liquid to drive shape change in a soft structure. These principles can be applied to achieve a contracting motion, expanding motion, or other complex deformations. For more information, please visit Artimus Robotics or contact info@artimusrobotics.com.

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