static sensitivity

static sensitivity

[′stad·ik ‚sen·sə′tiv·əd·ē]
(electronics)
In phototubes, quotient of the direct anode current divided by the incident radiant flux of constant value.
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This conclusion conformed completely to the analysis of static sensitivity and coupling characteristics, of the 12-DOF force/acceleration sensor, in the structural model.
There is a slight difference between the static sensitivity and dynamic sensitivity.
Static Sensitivity. With the method of hanging weights (Figure 2(a)), the static response of the magnetostrictive whisker sensor is obtained and displayed in Figure 3.
From the diagram, we found that the curve is almost a straight line, meaning that the linearity of static sensitivity is good.
According to (4) and (5), the calculation value of static sensitivity [s.sub.s] is 2.20mV/mN.
They showed that a 60 cc SLT had a static sensitivity of 36% and a dynamic sensitivity of 43%.
When companies with such static sensitivity issues select an embedded computer, the board's ability to withstand an ESD event becomes key.