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Drives piezo actuator capacitances from 50 to 680 nanofarad (nF) at 300 Hz, enabling a wide variety of high-resolution haptic effects, including feedback localized to specific areas of the device, as well as vibrations and pulses that change in frequency based on how the user is interacting with the device.
This technique is especially useful for testing cabies and connectors because it can measure capacitances ranging from <10pF to hundreds of nanofarads, or nF.
This provided a transmission line with a capacitance of 300 nanofarads per foot in length and a characteristic impedance of 0.
This data suggest that if an ultra-thin power-ground core(s) supplies at least a couple hundred nanofarads of capacitance with a very low impedance, a very large number of surface-mounted discrete decoupling capacitance can be removed.
The Model 4200-CVU instrument comes as a module that plugs into any available instrument slot of the Model 4200-SCS, allowing fast and easy capacitance measurements from femtoFarads (fF) to nanoFarads (nF), at frequencies from 10kHz to 10MHz.
Case sizes at many capacitance values are smaller than those of previously available devices, while the height of 339 X2 series capacitors with values greater than 100 nanofarads is lowered by between 1 mm and 2 mm.
3M embedded capacitance material can be made with a dielectric thickness down to 8 microns and a capacitance density over 10 nanofarads per square inch, which makes it among the thinnest and highest capacitance density materials available for embedding planar capacitance in circuit boards.
Faradflex will be the next generation BC material, allowing for dielectrics below 1 mil in thickness and providing capacitance values up to 40 nanofarads per square inch by adding some of our patented barium titanate nanopowder technology.