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Introduction to Piezoelectric Force Sensors LIVM FORCE SENSORS Low Impedance Voltage Mode (LIVM) force sensors contain thin piezoelectric crystals which generate analog voltage signals in response to applied dynamic forces. Charge mode sensors utilize the same thin piezoelectric crystals as LIVM sensors with one major difference: the crystals in charge mode sensors are oriented to produce a negative-going charge output in response to compressive forces on the sensor. C CHARGE INPUT, (q) f A + VOLTAGE OUTPUT (-v) CHARGE MODE FORCE SENSORS Dytran charge mode force sensors generate electrostatic charge signals analogous to dynamic force inputs.
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