Piezoelectric materials are used in force sensing applications such as impact or high speed compression with piezoelectric sensors. Ink cartridges of many computer printers we use today work with piezo electricity.
It is commonly used in ultrasonic applications such as piezoelectric transducers (transducers), intrusion detectors and alarms. Piezoelectric sensors have high sensitivity and are used in measurement applications such as microphones, precision scales, accelerometers, motion detectors.
We can see the use of the piezoelectric phenomenon in daily life in lighters, microphones, headphones and lighted sneakers that children wear.
Air flow sensors in cars, airbag sensors alarms, fuel jets, parking sensors, seat belt alerts
It is used in wave filtering of telephony applications and frequency control of radio transmitters.
It is used in balances in laboratories where precise measurements are made.