Sensors • Piezoelectric Sensors

Used to measure pressure, strain or other forces by converting them into an electric charge.

Used to measure pressure, strain or other forces by converting them into an electric charge.

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  • Honeywell Sensing and Control

    Honeywell Sensing and Control designs and manufactures wireless piezoelectric shock sensors designed to protect window and door surroundings from forced entry. The sensors feature two tamper switches, a radius range of 2.5 m, sensitivity settings by potentiometer and DIP switch, and operating temperature of -10 C to 55 C.

  • PCB Piezotronics, Inc.

    PCB Piezotronics Inc. manufactures piezoelectric pressure sensors, piezoelectric force sensors, piezoelectric accelerometers, and piezoelectric industrial accelerometers.The industrial accelerometers are used in high frequency monitoring, very low frequency measurement, low amplitude, and high temperature installation application. The piezoelectric pressure sensors measure dynamic pressures including turbulence, blast, ballistics, and engine combustion; and are available as charge mode or ICP (integrated circuit piezoelectric) voltage mode types.

  • Noliac North America Inc

    Noliac North America Inc. distributes Noliac Group-brand piezoelectric sensors including high temperature accelerometers, industrial accelerometers, shock and special purpose accelerometers, and electronic purpose accelerometers. The high temperature piezoelectric accelerometers feature a temperature range of -40 to 250C, and capacity of 400 pF. The industrial piezoelectric accelerometers feature capacity of 400 pF and a temperature range of -25 to 100C.

  • Measurement Specialties, Inc.

    Measurement Specialties Inc. designs and manufactures piezo film sensors that produce voltage in proportion to compressive or tensile mechanical stress or strain. The company's multi-purpose piezoelectric sensor is used for detecting physical phenomena including vibration and impact. The sensor feature output voltage of 10mV-100V, storage temperature of -40C to 70C, and operating temperature of 0C to 70C. The company also produces piezo switches and ultrasonic sensors as part of its' piezo film sensor line.

  • Kistler Instrument Corp

    Kistler Instrument Corp. manufactures piezoelectric force sensors and piezoelectric reaction torque sensors. The force sensors are robust and overload-proof, and are capable of resolving small changes in force with high preload. The torque sensors are used for measuring minute fluctuations in torque with a high degree of overload resistance.

  • Dytran Instruments Incorporated

    Dytran Instruments manufactures a range of piezoelectric sensor for dynamic measurements. The company's family of piezoelectric sensors includes accelerometers, force sensors, and pressure sensors. The accelerometers are used in the aerospace, industrial, automotive, medical, laboratory, and commercial industries; and are available in miniature, seismic, and triaxial configurations. The pressure sensors are ideal for fast rise time, wide dynamic range and rugged applications.

  • Baumer Ltd.

    Baumer Ltd. designs and manufactures piezoelectric strain sensors for monitoring tasks on injection molding machines and pressures. The sensors feature sensitivity of 900 pC, and can measure very small strains with high resolution.

  • Monitor Technologies, LLC

    Monitor Technologies manufactures vibratory level piezoelectric sensors for lightweight materials including expanded polystyrene beads and fumed silica from 1.25 to 100 lb/ft3. Featuring a universal power supply of 20-250VAC/DC, the sensors are available with multiple configurations and can handle internal bin temperatures up to 302F.

  • Process Technologies Group, Inc.

    Process Technology Group Inc. designs and manufactures IMPAX sensors that utilize piezoelectric crystals. The company's line of piezoelectric sensor types includes superflex, piezo disc, axflex, and strain. The piezo disc sensors can be surface mounted with epoxy, while the axflex sensors are designed to measure axial pressures and tension. The strain sensors detect tool or frame movement.

  • Piezo Technologies

    Piezo Technologies manufactures ultrasonic transducers and sensors for critical specialty applications. Products include acoustical measurement products for harsh environments in the oil and gas industry. Custom fabrications, over 15 piezo ceramic designs, are available for high temperature applications.