• Force sensing technology

    Force sensing technology is being used more and more

Force sensing resistor

Force sensing technology is being used more and more, Ultra-thin and soft,
The Force sensor (FSR sensor) is composed of polyester film with excellent
comprehensive mechanical properties, highly conductive materials,
and nano-level pressure-sensitive materials

Pressure Sensitive Material

The bottom layer is a flexible film and a conductive layer laminated thereon,
and the top layer is a flexible film and a pressure-sensitive material
laminated thereon. The two are bonded by double-sided tape, and the sensing
areas of the upper and lower layers are isolated.

Force Sensor

How does the Force Sensor work?

Sensing layer

pressure-sensitive nanomaterial

Electrode layer

highly conductive material compounded on polyester film

Isolation layer

double-sided adhesive paste and isolation

Force sensing area

When the force sensing area is pressed, the disconnected lines at the bottom layer will be conducted through the pressure-sensitive layer on the top layer, and the resistance output value changes with the pressure

Force Sensor

Technical characteristics

Thickness 0.2mm Various

Strong weather resistance
Strong anti-interference ability,
Basically unaffected by temperature

Fast response
Millisecond response

Operation with gloves
Against the Covid-19, medical staff wear
gloves to reduce the spread of the virus

Pass the life test of 10 million
strokes with a 2kg weight

Low power consumption
The lowest resistance is less than 500Ω,
and the power consumption is less than 20mA

Competitive Product Comparison

Performance comparison

FSR sensor Capacitive sensor MEMS sensor
Flexible ×
Ultra-thin ×
No additional IC ×
Low power ×
Small space
Not need power during sleep ×
use with gloves ×
Excellent weather resistance × ×
Wide temperature range × ×
Ultra high sensitivity ×
Over-range not damaged ×
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