NextInput has doubled sensitivity of force sensors

July 25, 2018 // By Peter Clarke
NextInput Inc. (Mountain View, Calif.), developer of MEMS-based force sensors, has increased the sensitivity of its ForceGauge sensor family by a factor of two.

This change paves the way for force-based buttons in smart watches, large touch displays, automotive panels, stainless steel appliances and other applications the company claimed.

The FT-7124/7324/7524 ForceGauge sensors are qualified and released to production.

"I’m excited we continue to increase our leadership by enabling new force sensing use cases and simplifying the manufacturing process with our Just Bond It peel and stick strategy," said Ali Foughi, NextInput CEO and founder, in statement.

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