These sensors are available in a variety of different sizes and thicknesses. The DT film element produces more than 10 millivolts per microstrain, about 60 dB higher than the voltage output of a foil strain gauge. The capacitance is proportional to the area and inversely proportional to the thickness of the element. The DT series sensors are the simplest form of piezo film sensors, used primarily as dynamic strain gages and contact microphones for vibration or impact detection. These are available without any leads for those applications where the customer wants to make their own lead attachment. The sensor can be readily adhered to a surface with double-sided tape or epoxy. Lead attachment can be achieved by compressive clamping, crimps, eyelets, conductive epoxy or low temperature solders.
Piezoelectric film sensor without lead attachments
Please carefully read the disclaimer before using any of this data. Your use of this data constitutes your acceptance of the terms and conditions set forth below. If you do not agree to those terms and conditions, please click on the I Disagree link.
This information has been provided to your free of charge for your use but remains the sole property of TE Connectivity Corporation (''TE'') or SnapEDA, Inc. or Ultra Librarian/EMA Design Automation, Inc. (collectively, "Company"). While Company has used reasonable efforts to ensure its accuracy, Company does not guarantee that it is error-free, not makes any other representation, warranty, or guarantee that the information is completely accurate or up-to-date. In many cases, the CAD data has been simplified to remove proprietary detail while maintaining critical interface geometric detail for use by customers. Company expressly disclaims all implied warranties regarding this information, including but not limited to any implied warranties or merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose.