The FMA Series are small form-factor (5mm x 5mm) piezoresistive-based
With a measuring range of up to 450kN in the Z axis and 100kN in the X and Y axes, the world's largest piezoelectric Triaxial force transducer, Type 9397C, has a unique measuring capacity. It has applications in landing gear drop test or groundbreaking crash wall for high-speed trainswith a measuring range that is 20 times higher than that of conventional crash tests in the automotive in... Read more...More Product Announcements from Kistler Group
With the design engineer community abuzz with the concept of printed sensing technologies – especially force sensors – this on demand webinar covers everything you need to know when evaluating ultra-thin force sensitive resistor technology for your project. Read more...More Product Announcements from Tekscan, Inc.
WHITE PAPER: Set your product apart. Make it smart. Why make your product smart? Smart products eliminate guesswork, improve outcomes, and increase consistency. By incorporating force feedback into your device, you give the operator increased control and accuracy in their work. Check out our free whitepaper. Read more...More Product Announcements from Tekscan, Inc.
TE Connectivity (TE) manufactures industrial sensors with the packaging to support harsh environments, low current consumption, and a variety of measurement types to enable the growth of Industry 4.0. Read more...More Product Announcements from TE Connectivity
Thin, flexible FlexiForce A201 sensors have an overall length of 191 mm (7.5 in), width of 6mm, and thickness of 0.203 mm (0.008 in). The A201 sensor has a trimmable tail a 3-pin male connector.
The sensors are available in three force ranges: Low 4.4 N (0 - 1 lb), Medium 111 N (0 - 25 lb) and High 445 N (0 - 100 lb)*. The force ranges stated are approximations. The dynamic... Read more...More Product Announcements from Tekscan, Inc.