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Tension force sensor FSS Series, Uncompensated/Unamplified
piezoresistive

tension force sensor
tension force sensor
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Characteristics

Type
tension
Technology
piezoresistive

Description

The FSS Series Force Sensor provides precise, reliable force sensing performance in a compact, commercial-grade package at a cost effective price. The sensor features a proven sensing technology that uses a specialized piezoresistive, micromachined silicon sensing element. The low power, unamplified, uncompensated Wheatstone bridge circuit design provides inherently stable mV outputs over the force range. Patented modular construction with innovative elastomeric technology and engineered molded plastics results in overforce capacities of up to three times the rated force. The stainless steel ball provides excellent mechanical stability and is adaptable to a variety of applications. - Small size minimizes space on the printed circuit board (PCB) - Low deflection (approx. 30 µm typical at full scale) - Product rating of 20 million MCTF at 25 °C [77 °F], subject to application variation - Low voltage supply allows for use in many battery powered applications - High resistance to electrostatic discharge (ESD) - RoHS-compliant materials meet Directive 2002/95/EC POTENTIAL APPLICATIONS: MEDICAL: - Infusion pumps - Ambulatory non-invasive pumps - Occlusion detection - Kidney dialysis machines - Enteral pumps INDUSTRIAL: - Load and compression sensing - Variable tension control - Robotic end-effectors - Wire bonding equipment

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