this is true i using this cable because i read, human wristband attached or not attached. And using Capacitive Sensing Library.
I don't really understand what you're trying to do, but capacitive-touch might not work with a high-resistance ground strap.... Maybe you've found out that it doesn't work...
But sensor dont important, maybe temperature sensor maybe , button int doesnt matter. but im using read human capasitive okayy thank you
It might matter.... ;)
The way to test a wrist strap is to make a [u]voltage divider[/u] where the "bottom" resistor is the wrist strap and your body in series, and the "top" resistor is equal to, or greater than, the wrist strap & body resistance. Then you need a capacitor filter to filter-out the noise picked-up by your body.
BTW - My wrist strap measures 1M and I'm measuring about 5M (highly variable) with a meter-probe in each hand. With the wrist strap in series, the resistance was too high for my meter to measure, until I put some water on my wrist for better contact.