OMEGA® strain gages are available in a variety of models to cover most strain measurement applications. Their rugged construction and flexibility make them suitable for highly accurate static and dynamic measurement. The measuring grid is formed by etching constantan foil, which is then completely sealed in a carrier medium composed of polyimide film. Read more...More Product Announcements from OMEGA Engineering, Inc.
Micron Instruments Semiconductor Strain Gages 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...More Product Announcements from Micron Instruments
BACKED SEMICONDUCTOR STRAIN GAGES HALF-BRIDGE (SSGH) & FULL-BRIDGE (SSGF) Micron Instruments offers a wide range of semiconductor backed half and full bridge strain gages. Backed bridges are installed on a flexible high temperature insulator that can be bent around a one half inch radius without hurting the gage . Read more...More Product Announcements from Micron Instruments
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...More Product Announcements from Jewell Instruments, LLC
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...More Product Announcements from Columbia Research Labs, Inc.
Omega introduces its new series of pre-wired strain gages. Read more...More Product Announcements from OMEGA Engineering, Inc.