Reports.ForceSensorResistor History

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fsrPin = 0; //Analog pin input for FSR on ARduino
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int fsrPin = 0; //Analog pin input for FSR on ARduino
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if (fsrValue >=10){
Serial.println ("not touched");
}
if (fsrValue >= 11 && fsrValue <= 299){
Serial.println ("threshold 1");
}
if (fsrValue >= 300 && fsrValue <= 699){
Serial.println ("threshold 2");
}
if (fsrValue >= 700){
Serial.println ("threshold 3");
}
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'''Connect FSR to Arduino'''
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[--(Diagram made with [[http://fritzing.org | Fritzing]] - [[Attach:fsr.zip | download]])--]
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This report prepared by [[~csl283|Chang Soo Lee]] (11/27/05), [[http://itp.nyu.edu/physcomp/sensors/Profiles/Ago218|Anaid Gomez Ortigoza]], [[http://itp.nyu.edu/physcomp/sensors/Profiles/Ss3550| Shagun Singh]] and edited by [[~mb3273|Mustafa Bagdatli]](11/22/2010).
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This report prepared by [[~csl283|Chang Soo Lee]] (11/27/05), [[http://itp.nyu.edu/physcomp/sensors/Profiles/Ago218|Anaid Gomez Ortigoza]], [[http://itp.nyu.edu/physcomp/sensors/Profiles/Ss3550| Shagun Singh]] and [[~mb3273|Mustafa Bagdatli]](11/22/2010).
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This report prepared by [[~csl283|Chang Soo Lee]] (11/27/05), [[http://itp.nyu.edu/physcomp/sensors/Profiles/Ago218|Anaid Gomez Ortigoza]], [[http://itp.nyu.edu/physcomp/sensors/Profiles/Ss3550| Shagun Singh]] and edited by [[~mb3273|Mustafa Bagdatli]]
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This report prepared by [[~csl283|Chang Soo Lee]] (11/27/05), [[http://itp.nyu.edu/physcomp/sensors/Profiles/Ago218|Anaid Gomez Ortigoza]], [[http://itp.nyu.edu/physcomp/sensors/Profiles/Ss3550| Shagun Singh]] and edited by [[~mb3273|Mustafa Bagdatli]](11/22/2010).
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This report prepared by [[~csl283|Chang Soo Lee]] (11/27/05), [[http://itp.nyu.edu/physcomp/sensors/Profiles/Ago218|Anaid Gomez Ortigoza]], [[http://itp.nyu.edu/physcomp/sensors/Profiles/Ss3550| Shagun Singh]] and edited by [[~mb3273|Mustafa Bagdatli]]
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Force Sensor Resistor is great way for measuring pressure and force which is from [[http://www.interlinkelec.com/ | Interlink Electronics]].
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Force Sensor Resistor is great way for measuring pressure and force. You can buy it from NYU computer store or from [[http://www.sparkfun.com/products/9375|Sparkfun]]. It is also included in ITP physical computing kit.
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fsrPin = 0; //Analog pin input for FSR on ARduino
int fsrValue =
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fsrValue = analogRead(fsrPin);
Serial.println (fsrValue);
delay (100);
if (fsrValue >=10){

Serial.println (not touched);
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if (fsrValue >= 11 && fsrValue <= 299
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fsrValue = analogRead(fsrPin);//reads FSR
Serial.println (fsrValue);//prints FSR values on serial monitor
delay (100
);//delay for 100 milliseconds
if (fsrValue >=10){
Serial.println ("not touched");
}
if (fsrValue >= 11 && fsrValue <= 299){
Serial.println ("threshold 1");
}
if (fsrValue >= 300 && fsrValue <= 699){
Serial.println ("threshold 2");
}
if (fsrValue >= 700){
Serial.println ("threshold 3");
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Values that you will be receiving from FSR will change between 0-1023.
'''DIY FSR's'''
It is really easy to make your own FSR sensor. [[http://www.instructables.com/id/DIY-FSR-sandwich/|Here]] is a good instructables that we prepared.
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'''Code for Arduino'''
(:source lang=arduino tabwidth=4 :)

fsrPin = 0;
int fsrValue = 0;
void setup () {
Serial.begin (9600);
}
void loop (){
fsrValue = analogRead(fsrPin);
Serial.println (fsrValue);
delay (100);
if (fsrValue >=10){
Serial.println (not touched);
}
if (fsrValue >= 11 && fsrValue <= 299){
Serial.println (threshold 1&#8243;);
}
if (fsrValue >= 300 && fsrValue <= 699){
Serial.println (threshold 2&#8243;);
}
if (fsrValue >= 700){
Serial.println (threshold 3&#8243;);
}
}

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'''Typical Behavior'''

Force vs. Resistance

This test is from [[http://www.interlinkelec.com/ | Interlink Electronics]] for force-resistance characteristic being response of evaluation model #402. The graph is exhibited typical response behavior of FSR. Increasing force and then decreasing resistance.

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I tested force and resistance characteristic with 10ohm, 1Kohm and 100Kohm resistors. First, I put from low number of resistor (10ohm) to high number of resistor (100Kohm). If I used 10ohm, a decrease in resistance was slow and needed more force. On the contrary, If I used 100Kohm, a decrease in resistance was fast and required less force.

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'''Application Notes'''

[[ http://itp.nyu.edu/~csl283/itp/sensor/FSR_research/work/DDR/ | DDR Game Pad Hacking - Digital Input]]

[[ http://itp.nyu.edu/~csl283/itp/sensor/FSR_research/work/xport/ | Xport & TapTile - Networking ]]

[[ http://itp.nyu.edu/~csl283/itp/sensor/FSR_research/work/one_analog/ | FSR - Single Analog Input ]]

[[ http://itp.nyu.edu/~csl283/itp/sensor/FSR_research/work/multi_analog/ | FSRs - Multi Analog Inputs ]]
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This sensor has two solder tabs but its best to not attempt to actually solder them. Other solutions like female to male headers that are soldered to wire on the male side and have space to insert the tabs on the female side or wire wrapping work much better.
One side connects to ground with a 10 k resistor and also goes to an analog input on Arduino and the other one goes to power.
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At first, this sensor acts like a switch. It quickly goes from not being touched to feeling the force inflicted on it. From there on it continues to document the touch and its particular force. It does reach a saturation point, where pressing harder is no longer detectable.
Its a passive device since it starts out in a constant state that needs to be disrupted by the touch. It tracks the force applied to it instantly, I could not perceive a delay in the information sent. Its not affected by noise or vibration.
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The FSR can be applied to various fields such as industry, medical science, robotics, and body pressure equipment.
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The sensor allows one to detect and measure the change in the applied force and also the rate at which the force is changing. It could detect contact or touch. Identify force thresholds and trigger actions. Its force sensitivity is optimized for use in human touch control of electronic devices.The FSR sensors have wide usage in the commercial and industry arena. The FSR can be applied to various fields such as industry, medical science, robotics, automotive, recreational and body pressure equipment.
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There are two pins for a FSRs electrical access at the end of tail. Connect one pin to power (5V) and the other pin to Microcontroller analog input pin.
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I tested force and resistance characteristic with 10ohm, 1Kohm and 100Kohm resistors. First, I put from low number of resistor (10ohm) to high number of resistor (100Kohm). If I used 10ohm, a decrease in resistance was slow and needed more force. On the contrary, If I used 100Kohm, a decrease in resistance was fast and required less force.
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Force Sensor Resistor displays a decrease in resistance with an increase in the force applied to the active surface.
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This test is from [[http://www.interlinkelec.com/ | Interlink Electronics]] for Force-resistance characteristic being response of evaluation model #402. The graph is exhibited typical response behavior of FSR. If you give force to FSR surface and then resistance is decreased.
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This test is from [[http://www.interlinkelec.com/ | Interlink Electronics]] for force-resistance characteristic being response of evaluation model #402. The graph is exhibited typical response behavior of FSR. Increasing force and then decreasing resistance.
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This test is from [[http://www.interlinkelec.com/ | Interlink Electronics]] for Force-resistance characteristic being response of evaluation model #402. The graph is exhibited typical response behavior of FSR. If you give force to FSR surface and then resistance is decreased.
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Force Sensor Resistor is great way for measuring pressure and force which is from [[http://www.interlinkelec.com/ | Interlink Electronics]].\\
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*Vent : The vent assures pressure equilibrium.
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