Piezoelectric Plate (8 Pieces)

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Original price was: 500.00₹.Current price is: 300.00₹.

The Piezoelectric Plate is a versatile component converting mechanical energy into electrical energy, ideal for various electronic applications. Its compact design, high sensitivity, and compatibility with different circuits make it suitable for energy harvesting, sensor applications, and robotics.

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The Piezoelectric Plate is a versatile component used in various electronic applications, capable of converting mechanical energy into electrical energy. This compact and durable plate is essential for projects requiring sensing, energy harvesting, and vibration detection.


  • Piezoelectric Material: Made from high-quality piezoelectric ceramics for efficient energy conversion.
  • Compact Design: Small and lightweight, suitable for integration into various electronic devices and projects.
  • Durable Construction: Resistant to mechanical stress and environmental factors, ensuring long-term reliability.
  • High Sensitivity: Detects subtle vibrations and mechanical movements, making it ideal for sensor applications.
  • Wide Compatibility: Compatible with a range of electronic circuits and systems for versatile use.


  1. When mechanical force or vibration is applied to the piezoelectric plate, it undergoes deformation.
  2. This deformation causes a change in the internal polarization of the piezoelectric material, generating an electric charge.
  3. The electric charge produced can be utilized to power electronic circuits, sensors, or stored in capacitors for later use.
  4. The piezoelectric plate can also function as a sensor, detecting mechanical vibrations or impacts and converting them into electrical signals.


  • Energy Harvesting: Capturing mechanical energy from vibrations or movements to power small electronic devices or sensors.
  • Sensor Applications: Detecting vibrations, impacts, or pressure in industrial machinery, structural health monitoring, and security systems.
  • Acoustic Devices: Integrating into acoustic pickups for musical instruments or sound transducers.
  • Wearable Technology: Incorporating into wearable devices for motion sensing or activity tracking.
  • Robotics: Utilizing as tactile sensors or impact detectors in robotic systems for object detection and collision avoidance.