Micron Instruments

Micron Instruments manufacturers a full line of Backed Half-Bridge and Full Bridge Semiconductor Strain Gauges Read more...

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Micron Instruments

Semiconductor Strain Gages manufactured by Micron Instruments are micro machined from a solid single grown crystal of "P" doped Silicon. This results in a two terminal resistive device that has a minimum of molecular slippages or dislocations permitting repeatable use to high strain levels. Read more...

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Micron Instruments

Micron Instruments Professional Semiconductor Strain Gage Installation. There is nothing unique about our approach to offering our customers exceptional Strain Gages and Installation Services. We simply maintain that the best possible results are achieved by maintaining control over all the processes required to produce a superior product and to provide exceptional service. Read more...

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Jewell Instruments, LLC

Dynamic Asphalt Strain Gages measure axial strain under high frequency (dynamic) conditions. Using four active elements of a Wheatstone bridge circuit, these gauges compensate for temperature, rejects bending strain and compensates for lead resistance. Read more...

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Columbia Research Labs, Inc.

Columbia Series DT3716 sensors were designed to accurately measure both strain and temperature on straight mounting surfaces. These sensors offer all the accuracy, ruggedness and ease of installation of the flight-qualified Series DTD2684 sensors and also incorporate a DIN standard 1000 ohm platinum RTD which provides accurate temperature measurements at the exact point of sensor mountin... Read more...

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Columbia Research Labs, Inc.

The Columbia Series DT3617 of Strain Sensors are designed for the measurement of planer shear strain forces when the axes of principal strain is identified. Each sensor is a complete, compact, easily installed device utilizing the proven technology of the Columbia DTD2684 Series of Fatigue Monitoring Sensors.

The DT3617 Shear Strain Sensor consists of two 1000Ohm precision strain... Read more...

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Columbia Research Labs, Inc.

The COLUMBIA Fatigue-Monitor Strain Sensor may be bonded to critical airframe surfaces using conventional strain-gage bonding techniques. The unique construction and small size of the 2684 Series permits easy application with a new and higher level of accuracy and mechanical integrity. The four, #26 AWG, Teflon-insulated lead wires eliminate the tedious and difficult termination methods... Read more...

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