Tekscan Announces High-Temp Force Sensors

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Tekscan, Inc., leading manufacturer of force and pressure measurement sensors, is pleased to announce the release of the new High-Temp FlexiForce® Sensor (Model # HT201). This sensor measures forces in environments as hot as 200° Celsius (400° Fahrenheit).

Tekscan, Inc., leading manufacturer of force and pressure measurement sensors, is pleased to announce the release of the new High-Temp FlexiForce® Sensor (Model # HT201), measuring forces in environments as hot as 200° Celsius (400° Fahrenheit).

The ultra-thin, highly-linear (typically +/-1.2%) High-Temp FlexiForce sensors are ideal for non-intrusive force measurement in a variety of processing applications, including injection molding, heat sealing, and heat sink applications. Industries that will benefit from these high-temperature force measurements include automotive, aerospace, pharmaceutical, printing, food and beverage processing, and many more.

Specifically, the sensors are used to:
•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
•Detect contact and/or touch

The HT201 sensor is available in two force ranges, Low and High:

HT201-L (0-30 lb)
HT201-H (0-100 lb)

Click here for complete high-temp sensor specifications.

About Tekscan
Tekscan is a leading manufacturer of thin-film force sensors and complete tactile force and pressure measurement systems. Accurate, simple-to-use, and cost-effective, Tekscan's sensors have been integrated into a variety of successful OEM products. Measuring both static and dynamic pressure events, Tekscan's products provide concrete data for making crucial assessments in industrial, medical, dental, and retail applications. Products range from simple force sensors and force sensing systems to intricate pressure measurement systems with over 100,000 sensing points. Contact Tekscan today to discuss your application or to place an order.

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