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SS-U-N-S-00009, I.E.E.

SS-U-N-S-00009, I.E.E.

FSR Force Sensitive Resistors FSR force sensors feature an ohmic resistor whose resistive value decreases when pressure is applied. Two polymer layers are laminated together to obtain sensors less than 1 mm thick: one layer is covered with a network of electrodes and the other with a printed semi-conductor. Good measurement repeatability (±2%). Low sensitivity to noise and vibration. Service life greater than 10 million cycles. Uses: keypads, robotics, security, automotive, medical devices etc. Optimum pressure range 0.007 → 7 bar Resistance: 10 MΩ → 1 kΩ Maximum applied pressure: 35 bar Signal return time: 1 → 2 ms Operating temperature: -30 °C → +170 °C Connection: solder lugs
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SS-U-N-S-00015, I.E.E.

SS-U-N-S-00015, I.E.E.

FSR Force Sensitive Resistors FSR force sensors feature an ohmic resistor whose resistive value decreases when pressure is applied. Two polymer layers are laminated together to obtain sensors less than 1 mm thick: one layer is covered with a network of electrodes and the other with a printed semi-conductor. Good measurement repeatability (±2%). Low sensitivity to noise and vibration. Service life greater than 10 million cycles. Uses: keypads, robotics, security, automotive, medical devices etc. Optimum pressure range 0.007 → 7 bar Resistance: 10 MΩ → 1 kΩ Maximum applied pressure: 35 bar Signal return time: 1 → 2 ms Operating temperature: -30 °C → +170 °C Connection: solder lugs
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SS-U-N-S-00039, I.E.E.

SS-U-N-S-00039, I.E.E.

FSR Force Sensitive Resistors FSR force sensors feature an ohmic resistor whose resistive value decreases when pressure is applied. Two polymer layers are laminated together to obtain sensors less than 1 mm thick: one layer is covered with a network of electrodes and the other with a printed semi-conductor. Good measurement repeatability (±2%). Low sensitivity to noise and vibration. Service life greater than 10 million cycles. Uses: keypads, robotics, security, automotive, medical devices etc. Optimum pressure range 0.007 → 7 bar Resistance: 10 MΩ → 1 kΩ Maximum applied pressure: 35 bar Signal return time: 1 → 2 ms Operating temperature: -30 °C → +170 °C Connection: solder lugs
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SS-U-N-S-00001, I.E.E.

SS-U-N-S-00001, I.E.E.

FSR Force Sensitive Resistors FSR force sensors feature an ohmic resistor whose resistive value decreases when pressure is applied. Two polymer layers are laminated together to obtain sensors less than 1 mm thick: one layer is covered with a network of electrodes and the other with a printed semi-conductor. Good measurement repeatability (±2%). Low sensitivity to noise and vibration. Service life greater than 10 million cycles. Uses: keypads, robotics, security, automotive, medical devices etc. Optimum pressure range 0.007 → 7 bar Resistance: 10 MΩ → 1 kΩ Maximum applied pressure: 35 bar Signal return time: 1 → 2 ms Operating temperature: -30 °C → +170 °C Connection: solder lugs