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    What is piezoelectric sensor?

    What is piezoelectric sensor? Can you help me????

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    Re: What is piezoelectric sensor?

    The older generation Prism 2 has one which is used for turning the HUD on and off, as well as calibrating the HUD. It measures changes in pressure and converts them to an electrical charge.

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    Re: What is piezoelectric sensor?

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Piezoelectric_sensor.
    Many switches use thes where high repatition, or waterproof switch can be used

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    Re: What is piezoelectric sensor?

    Depth sensor on dive computers and rebreather electronics.

    I'm not sure if all use them, all of mine do. As mentioned, compression of a sensor 9like an accordion) due to pressure converts to an electrical signal used to tell the computer or electronics what depth the device is at- use for deco etc. calculations. I'm sure someone else can describe this better.

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    Re: What is piezoelectric sensor?

    Thanks for your suggestions

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