New DropBot usage


#1

Team,

I’m planning bit different usage of DropBot system indicated in attached file.

Normally, upper electrode(ITO) is connected to Feedback port.

In the new configuration, electrodes are formed by ITO and connected to HvOut a-c.

HvOut a-c are grounded in the 1st step of actuation where HvOut x-z are used for usual DMF operation electrode.

Then, HvOut x-z are turned off and HvOut a-c will be used for DMF actuation.

Although this configuration will disable some DropBot function like capacitance measurement, I suppose actuation itself is available.

Is there misunderstanding or difficulties in this configuration?

Regards,

Aki @ U-Tokyo

DMFconfig.pptx (37.7 KB)


#2

Yes, I think that should work fine.

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On Tue, Nov 27, 2018 at 10:49 PM ytoyo...@nojilab.t.u-tokyo.ac.jp wrote:

Team,

I’m planning bit different usage of DropBot system indicated in attached file.

Normally, upper electrode(ITO) is connected to Feedback port.

In the new configuration, electrodes are formed by ITO and connected to HvOut a-c.

HvOut a-c are grounded in the 1st step of actuation where HvOut x-z are used for usual DMF operation electrode.

Then, HvOut x-z are turned off and HvOut a-c will be used for DMF actuation.

Although this configuration will disable some DropBot function like capacitance measurement, I suppose actuation itself is available.

Is there misunderstanding or difficulties in this configuration?

Regards,

Aki @ U-Tokyo

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#3

Ryan,

Thanks for your comment.

I’m going to prepare the experiment. Results will be shared if it’ll work.

Regards,

Aki@U-Tokyo

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