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Pressure Matrix Sensor Adapts To Complex Surfaces


Pressure Matrix Sensor Adapts To Complex Surfaces
Plug & Wear
September 6, 2016

The TM161604500390EP pressure matrix sensor is made of five layers of knitted fabrics. The resulting sandwich is very flexible and can be adapted to complex surfaces, like the human body. It is also stretchable, making the sensor suitable for applications in healthcare and sport. Being within 100% fabric, the sensor will let the air flow through its layers, thus increasing the comfort for the wearer. Additionally, the sensor promises to be reliable and precise, making it viable for both wearable and non-wearable applications. For more details, visit http://www.plugandwear.com/textilesensors.asp  

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Plug & Wear
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+39 055 6503766
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http://www.plugandwear.com


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