Conductive Fabric, Stretch

Stock code: 2717
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Pricing:Ex VATInc VAT
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£20.00
£24.00
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Q:
Hello, we are interested in your conductive stretch fabric (product code : 2717). Would you mind telling me more about the resistance of this knit, original resistance, the change of resistance when it is stretched (ohm/cm or mm) and especially what's the minimum current / distance it can detect. If I can have a stretch VS force curve, that would be so helpful too. thank you
Asked by: wassim
A:
Hello Wassim, The resistance of the fabric doesn't alter much, we measured around a 10% difference from when the material was stretched to when it was under no strain. The surface resistance on average is <5 Ohms/sq. The material should be able to detect low current passing through as normally it would be used is low current circuits. Unfortunately we don't have a graph with the required information and the only datasheet we have been provided is this one, https://www.kitronik.co.uk/pdf/2717-Conductive-Fabric-Stretch.pdf.
Answered by: Michael Lockhart
12-Jun-17

Q:
We are interested in your product, but would you mind tell me more about the resistance of this knit (Product Code: 2717)? for example, how about the original resistance and the change of resistance when it is stretched (ohm/cm)?
Asked by: Nickie
A:

Hi Nickie, The resistance of the fabric doesn’t alter much, we measured around a 10% difference from when the material was stretched to when it was under no strain. The surface resistance on average is <5Ohms/sq.

Answered by: Michael Lockhart
25-Apr-17

Q:
also need bigger pieces. please advise when you can supply 800 x 600 mm. most urgent, or; any advice on stitching two pieces together with conductive thread? thanks, Barry
Asked by: Barry Martindale
A:

We currently are unable to obtain the conductive fabric in a larger size. However you would be able to connect two pieces together, as long as they were tightly held together the fabric would conduct. You could use normal thread, conductive thread or even conductive Velcro to secure the pieces together.

Answered by: Michael Lockhart
04-May-16

Q:
hi if i sew with the conductive fabric will i have to use conductive thread or normail thead thanks ed
Asked by: ED
A:

The conductive fabric can be used to connect components together, however you would need to connect the components to the conductive fabric using the conductive thread.

Answered by: Michael Lockhart
24-Sep-15

Q:
Is this fabric available in lager pieces - something like 2ft x 4ft
Asked by: Darren Edwards
A:
Hi, unfortunately at the moment this is the only size we have. We are currently looking into expanding this range with larger pieces though.
Answered by: Aaron Sturman
05-Sep-14

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