Implementation of Tactile and Proximity Sensing Capability on a Single Polymer Platform

This paper gives us discussion about data acquisition, function, tactile sensor, modes, tactile sensing mode, measurement data, sensing, prototype system, layer, mode, capacitance change, total capacitance change, technology, and electrodes. Lots of explanation regarding capability, switching, system, type, maximum detectable distance, proximity mode operation, dual mode, capacitive proximity sensor, implemented sensor system, fabricated sensor, two dimensional models, proximity, and distance are described in this paper.

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In this paper, we report a flexible dual-mode capacitive sensor for robot applications which has two sensing capabilities in a single platform; tactile and proximity sensing capability. The sensor consists of a mechanical structure based on PDMS (Polydimethylsiloxane) and a mesh of multiple copper electrode strips. The mesh is composed of 16 top and 16 bottom copper strips crossed each other to form a 16 16 capacitor array. The proposed sensor is able to switch its function from tactile sensing to proximity sensing or vice versa by reconfiguring the connection of electrodes. The tactile sensing capability has been demonstrated already and reported in our previous paper (Lee et al., 2006); therefore, in this paper, we will demonstrate the feasibility of the proximity sensing capability and the dual-mode operation of the proposed sensor in detail. The capacitance change caused by an approaching object has been estimated through simulation of multiple two-dimensional models as an initial study.

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