Force Sensitive Resistor


A Force-Sensitive Resistor (FSR) is a sensor that changes resistance when pressure or force is applied, employed in touch-sensitive applications.



Sensor Type: Force Sensitive Resistor
Sensing Area: The sensitive area where force is applied for measurement
Force Sensitivity: Measures force or pressure changes applied to the sensing area
Resistance Range: Varies based on the model, typically exhibits a high resistance when not pressed and low resistance when pressed
Response Time: Fast response time to detect and measure changes in force
Dynamic Range: The range of force values it can accurately measure
Operating Voltage: Typically compatible with a wide range of voltages, such as 3.3V or 5V DC
Output: Provides resistance changes as an analog signal or changes in voltage
Linearity: High linearity for accurate force measurement
Durability: Designed to withstand repeated force applications
Calibration: May require calibration for precise force measurement
Mounting Options: May include adhesive backing or holes for easy installation
Applications: Widely used in applications like touch-sensitive controls, pressure sensing, weight measurement, and more
Compatibility: Compatible with popular microcontrollers like Arduino, Raspberry Pi, and more


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