100-Watt Ultrasonic Generator
New 100-Watt peak power (about 50W RMS) Ultrasonic Generator. Output is an AC square wave, but can be switched to simulated sine wave at lower output power. Frequency is variable with a potentiometer between about 10 kHz and 50 kHz. Can be powered from 12 to 36 volts DC.
Great for driving air or ceramic ultrasonic transducers and experimenting with ultrasound. Is powerful enough for a small ultrasonic cleaner using one of our 55W transducers. Depending on transducer's impedance, you may need to power it from 36 volts for full power output.
Can also be used to drive bifilar TEM Generator Coils:
Video about the TEM Generator. I think Tesla knew about this stuff, since he had a pancake bifilar coil patented.