Overview 35mm piezo ceramic element
Using a Piezoelectric element, any mechanical energy can be converted into electrical energy (AC). Consequently, it can be used as a knock or tap sensor, among other things. Also, you can use it to implement it in any of your Arduino projects by attaching it to one or more of the microcontroller’s analog inputs (see link for more details). You can also provide the sensor with alternating current. This (when combined with the appropriate frequency) has the potential to transform the element into a buzzer or speaker.
You won’t have to bother about soldering any leads because the piezoelectric element comes with red and black wires that have already been soldered together.
It should be noted that the diameter of this particular sensor is 35mm piezo ceramic element.
Specifications of piezoelectric element :
- The thickness is 3.36mm.
- The Resonant Frequency is 10+/-0.5KHZ.
- In this case, the maximum resonance impedance is 100R
- In this case, the Static Capacitance is 8000pf plus or minus 30%.
- In this case, the sound pressure level was 85DB 10cm.
- There is a limit to the voltage that can be put in: 30 volts per phase.
- Operating temperature: -20° to 70°.
- Storage Temperature: -30 to 80°F.
- 1 * piezo ceramic element