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Sensors convert a physical quantity (e.g. temperature, pressure) into an electrical signal.

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I tap on the casing. Could this be a mechanical issue perhaps? In addition, here is a schematic of my sensor circuit pre-amp if it might provide additional clues. The use of such high resistors … for my biasing circuit is necessary because my sensor produces very small signals. Of course the downside to this is that I am less immune to noise... could this be what is causing my "tapping" issue? …
asked Feb 27 '18 by JimJammer