Forcesensing circuit board

April 26, 2012
The QuickStart Board is a single voltage source circuit designed to quickly drop into a prototype or design into a product to obtain force measurements

The QuickStart Board is a single voltage source circuit designed to quickly drop into a prototype or design into a product to obtain force measurements. The board is helpful in acquiring force measurements in initial tests and to validate the performance of Flexi- Force sensors.

When combined with FlexiForce sensors, the QuickStart Board can detect and measure a relative change in force or applied load; detect and measure the rate of change in force; identify force thresholds and trigger appropriate action; and detect contact and/or touch.

Tekscan Inc.
307 W. First St.
South Boston, MA 02127
(800) 248-3669
www.tekscan.com

© 2012 Penton Media, Inc.

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