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5b0ce2f138d1b6c2b993aa74 Long Flex sensor https://cdn1.storehippo.com/s/59c9e4669bd3e7c70c5f5e6c/ms.products/5b0ce2f138d1b6c2b993aa74/images/5d5e3d988655a3206ed4678b/5d5e3d93c0780b1fbe87943b/webp/5d5e3d93c0780b1fbe87943b.jpg
  • Description

    This sensor can detect flexing or bending in one direction. They were popularized by being used in the Nintendo PowerGlove as a gaming interface.

    These sensors are easy to use, they are basically resistors that change value based on how much they're flexed. If they're unflexed, the resistance is about ~10KΩ. When flexed all the way the resistance rises to ~20KΩ. They're pretty similar to FSRs so following this tutorial will get you started. You can use an analog input on a microcontroller (with a pullup resistor) or a digital input with the use of a 0.1uF capacitor for RC timing.

    The bottom part of the sensor (where the pins are crimped on) is very delicate so make sure to have strain relief - such as clamping or gluing that part so as not to rip out the contacts!

  • Technical details

    Dimensions:

    • Length: 112.5mm/4.4in
    • Width: 6.38mm/0.25in
    • Thickness: 0.5mm/0.2in
    • Weight: 0.5g/0.017g
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Long Flex sensor

Description of product

  • Description

    This sensor can detect flexing or bending in one direction. They were popularized by being used in the Nintendo PowerGlove as a gaming interface.

    These sensors are easy to use, they are basically resistors that change value based on how much they're flexed. If they're unflexed, the resistance is about ~10KΩ. When flexed all the way the resistance rises to ~20KΩ. They're pretty similar to FSRs so following this tutorial will get you started. You can use an analog input on a microcontroller (with a pullup resistor) or a digital input with the use of a 0.1uF capacitor for RC timing.

    The bottom part of the sensor (where the pins are crimped on) is very delicate so make sure to have strain relief - such as clamping or gluing that part so as not to rip out the contacts!

  • Technical details

    Dimensions:

    • Length: 112.5mm/4.4in
    • Width: 6.38mm/0.25in
    • Thickness: 0.5mm/0.2in
    • Weight: 0.5g/0.017g