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Micro Pressure Sensors & The Wheatstone Bridge LM

This category includes the Micro Pressure Sensors & The Wheatstone Bridge Learning Module (Instructor guide, Participant guide and PowerPoint presentation) and Modeling a Micro Pressure Sensor Kit information.

The following SCME YouTube animations and videos can be used to support the concepts and activities introduced in this learning module.

MEMS Pressure Sensor Fabrication Animation (2:05 minutes)

MEMS Pressure Sensor Operation Animation (1:28 minutes)

MEMS Pressure Sensor Backside Etch Animation (0:13 seconds)

 

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Micro Pressure Sensors & The Wheatstone Bridge Participant Guide Micro Pressure Sensors & The Wheatstone Bridge Participant Guide

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Micro Pressure Sensors & The Wheatstone Bridge Learning Module (LM) - Participant (Student) Guide - pdf.

This LM is an overview of the applications of micro pressure sensors and how the Wheatstone bridge is used as the sensing circuit for micro pressure sensors. 

An activity - Modeling a Micro Pressure Sensor - allows the you to simulate the operation of a Wheatstone bridge circuit on a macro-sized pressure sensor, analyze your sensor and set up calibration curves based on its operation. A kit is available that contains most of the materials needed to complete this activity.  This kit can be ordered through this website.

This learning module contains a pre and post-test, instructional unit, and two activities. 

Latest revision Feb 2017

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