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A Design of Infant's Body Temperature Sensing System Based on Embroidery Textile Conductive Wire
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 Title & Authors
A Design of Infant's Body Temperature Sensing System Based on Embroidery Textile Conductive Wire
Song, Ha-Young; Lee, Kang-Hwi; Lee, Jeong-Whan;
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 Abstract
In this study, the embroidery textile conductive wire of conductive yarn was designed into the wearable integrated clothing for sensing the infant's body temperature. To develop a high quality of the stable fiber-based textile conductive wire, firstly the five types of conductive yarns were twisted or covering polyester yarns and the coated conductive fiber with silver(Ag) or iron(Fe). As a result of comparative conductivity in conductive yarns of yarn processing, the 250 denier of conductive yarns with /1~5cm were proposed and used for the integrated embroidery textile conductive wire for sensing. During experiments using the proposed embroidery textile conductive wire, measured resistance of thermistor according to the body temperature was correctly delivered to amplifier module, and showed feasible reliability of temperature sensing. As a wearable application, conductive yarns which takes forms of embroidery textile conductive wire would seems to be reliable as a conductive wire and could be replaced by the conductive metal wires.
 Keywords
Embroidery textile conductive wire;Body temperature;Conductive yarn;Sensing;
 Language
Korean
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