Force-Sensing Resistor: 0.25″-Diameter Circle, Short Tail
This force-sensing resistor (FSR) from Interlink Electronics is a passive component that exhibits a decrease in resistance when there is an increase in the force applied to the 0.25″-diameter (0.5 cm) active area, allowing you to create a sensor that is able to detect force or pressure. With a force sensitivity range of a few grams to a few kilograms, this sensor is optimized for use in human touch control applications.
Alternatives available with variations in these parameter(s): size
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Force-sensing resistor (FSR): 0.25″-diameter circle, short tail.
Force-sensing resistor (0.25″-diameter circle, short tail) with a US quarter for size reference.
0.25″-diameter short-tail force sensing resistor (FSR) next to a 0.2″-diameter FSR with a standard tail.
A variety of force-sensing resistors (FSRs).