In electrical engineering, capacitive sensing (sometimes capacitance sensing) is
a technology, based on capacitive coupling, that can detect and measure ...
The main advantages that capacitive sensing has over other detection
approaches ... ways to adapt the capacitance sensing system within various
Capacitive sensors detect most objects and the fill level of non-conductive
materials, liquids, pellets, and powders directly or through a non-metallic
For an optimized response to the environment, use NXP<sup>®</sup> capacitive proximity
sensors for detection and self-calibration. The sensors compensate for changes,
Capacitive sensors from MicroSense offer the lowest noise performance of any
commercially available capacitive sensor, achieving nanometer and even ...
Apr 7, 2012 ... This video explains the physics behind the surface capacitive sensors, with
numerical results supporting the theory. A video for the projected ...
What is a Capacitive Sensor? A capacitive sensor is a proximity sensor that
detects nearby objects by their effect on the electrical field created by the sensor.
May 1, 2009 ... Part 1 of this two-part article reviews the concepts and theory of capacitive
sensing to help to optimize capacitive sensor performance. Part 2 of ...
Capacitive Displacement Sensors, how they work and their applications.
A: Capacitance sensors detect a change in capacitance when something or
someone approaches or touches the sensor. The technique has been used in ...