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Supplier: Tekscan, Inc.
Description: The Grip™ system measures and evaluates static and dynamic pressures from grasping objects. The Grip system uses a thin, high-resolution, tactile pressure sensor that can be used directly on a hand or built into a glove. The system provides detailed pressure profiles, forces, and graphical
- Imager/Sensor Type: Active Pressure Sensor Arrays
- Flexible: Yes
- Electronic/Digital Image: Yes
- Pressure Range: 0.0 to 50 psi
Supplier: Olympus Scientific Solutions America
Description: is the optimum solution for all your analytical needs. The DELTA line gives you the ultimate experience in field-portable handheld XRF analysis, providing fast measurements with accuracy, precision, detection limit, and light element measurement capabilities built into a compact single-chassis frame wrapped
- Instrument Type: Other
- Form Factor: Portable / Hand Held / Mobile
- Technology: Radiographic / X-ray
Standards and Technical Documents - Mechanical vibration and shock -- Coupling forces at the man--machine interface for hand-transmitted vibration -- ISO 15230:2007
Description: , such as push, pull and grip; parameters such as pressure exerted on skin. In addition, informative annexes provide guidelines for measuring procedures, the measurement of the force and pressure parameters, and information on the requirements for measuring instrumentation, as well as a calibration method. ISO
Supplier: Dwyer Instruments, Inc.
Description: indicator arm is aligned parallel to the 5 in. (13 cm) sensing tip so you always know that unit is properly positioned inside duct. Sliding depth indicators grip firmly to ensure uniform insertion - critical when making multiple measurements as part of a complete traverse; the best way to determine
- Instrument Style: Insertion Probe Type
- Mounting: Hand-held or Portable, Fixtured or Permanent
- Air Velocity: Yes
- Air Pressure Differential: Yes
Supplier: Lapp Group
Description: SKINTOP® MS/MSR is a superior quality, liquid-tight, metallic cable gland intended for applications where ruggedness and durability are required. These cable glands are suitable for a wide range of applications, from manufacturing machinery to measurement and control equipment, including
- Type: Cable Glands / Cord Grips, Metallic Cable Connector
- Material: Brass, Nylon® / Polyamide, Other
- Diameter: 0.0780 to 1.77 inch
- Operating Temperature: -22 to 212 F
Supplier: Inspec Inc.
Description: The simplicity of the Fowler Tester enables it to be used in almost any direction, preferably vertically, without affecting accuracy. Grips depressed by using palms of hands. Hardness value read off scale directly. No need for microscopic measurement of the indentation or reference to conversion
- Hardness Testers: Rockwell
- Mounting: Handheld or Portable
Description: This rugged, gimbal movement model features high forces, a special diecast aluminum enclosure and construction to provide spray resistance under high pressure conditions. Auxiliary functions are performed by an array of switches including finger operated push buttons, a trigger switch with a guard
- Number of Axes: 2-Axis Control
- Spring Return (Centering): Yes
- Joystick Controller Application: Heavy Duty Joystick Controller
- Grip Style: Contoured
Supplier: Acme Tools
Description: with soft grip technology for added comfort and torque. Reversible clamping movable jaw can be reversed to be used as a spreader. Additional Features - Exclusive design (Patent pending) provides precision and power with exact 90 degree clamping at up to 1,000 lbs. pressure - Precision-Rule™
- Type: Parallel Clamp
- Clamping Width: 0.0 inch
- Body Material: Steel
Supplier: Gilson Company, Inc.
Description: • HM-30 Gilson Pressure Meter is higher quality, less expensive, and more accurate. • All components are supplied in our new sturdy and convenient carrying case. Gilson's HM-30 offers a higher-quality Type B Pressure Meter for measurement of concrete air content with many
- Device Category: Instrument
- Pressure Reading: Absolute
Supplier: Isotech North America
Description: First and foremost, the MasterCAL 990 is a precision, multi-function documenting calibrator that will calibrate virtually any process instrument you have - thermocouples, RTDs, Ohms, Voltage, current, pressure, and frequency. A host of convenience features, including source ramp functions, loop
- Calibrator Style: Hand Held, Battery Powered, Other Specific Calibration
- AC Voltage: Yes
- DC Voltage: Yes
- DC Current: Yes
Supplier: Larson Electronics LLC
Description: : measurement of illumination falling on an object at distance Combining a revolutionary deep parabolic reflector with an H-7 axial filament Blue Vision bulb, Golight NxT BlueFusionTM Technology generates an extremely bright, virtually perfect beam of light to eliminate dark spots, cast a broad spectral
Supplier: Campbell Scientific, Inc.
Description: cross-sample contamination Interfaces with Campbell Scientific dataloggers for more measurement and control capabilities Quick connectors facilitate intake hose removal Technical Description The PVS4150C has a watertight enclosure constructed of strong, lightweight, HPX® resin. Designed for easy
- Mounting / Environment: Portable
- Controller Functionality: Yes
- Number of Control Relays: 0.0
- Display Type: Digital Display
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Ergonomics - Grip System
Tekscan's Grip System provides the tools to measure and evaluate the static and dynamic. pressures in gripping and grasping objects. Tekscan's patented, paper-thin (0.1mm), flexible sensors are minimally intrusive and have fast scanning rates, which means difficult gripping applications such as vibrations and transients from power tools can easily be measured. The Grip system has been used to examine grip pressure and vibration transmission to design a more ergonomic product, assisted... (read more)
Browse Tactile Pressure Sensors Datasheets for Tekscan, Inc.
SUB-SEA Inclinometers Tough Under Pressure
or acceleration. A liquid tight cable grip fitting (PG VA) or an underwater patch cord adds flexibility to the sealed environment. Along with the compact dimensions of the rugged metal body enable this high-quality measuring system to be used in applications under extremely rough operating conditions. The XB can be used in any extremely rough environment where exact inclination or acceleration measurements must be obtained. In particular, the XB has been used with great success in the construction... (read more)
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Olympus Scientific Solutions America
DELTA Rugged, High Performance Handheld XRF
. Patent-pending automatic barometric pressure correction adjusts calibration as needed. Lightning fast bootup and data acquisition: Faster testing, more results. Floating Point Processor: Provides more calculations in less time and leverages more advanced calibration algorithms. Integrated Bluetooth for data input and output. Ergonomic rubberized handle for enhanced grip. Analysis indicator lights visible from 360 °. Bright, responsive, color touch screen display. Accelerometer technology puts... (read more)
Browse Nondestructive Testing (NDT) Material Testers Datasheets for Olympus Scientific Solutions America
Economical Load & Force System (ELF)
acquisition handles and three sensors. Applications include: Occupancy Detection, Impact & Crash Tests, Prosthetic & Footwear Design, Medical Device Testing & Design, Automotive R &D, Ergonomic Studies & Grip Force, Industrial Machinery, Garment Testing, Fitness & Martial Arts Equipment, and more. ELF is your COMPLETE solution to load measurement. GET YOURS TODAY!... (read more)
Browse Force and Load Sensors Datasheets for Tekscan, Inc.
FlexiForce® Single-Element Force Sensors
The FlexiForce ® A201 force sensors are paper-thin, flexible strips with a 3/8" circular active area at the end. Our new model A401 has a 1" diameter sensing area. They can be used for any application requiring a non-intrusive force or load measurement. FlexiForce ® sensors utilize pressure-sensitive inks that change resistance with applied force for a voltage output that can be converted to force units with a simple calibration procedure. They can measure forces up to 1000lb (4.4kN... (read more)
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Comparison of Grip Forces
Accurate grip measurements are extremely important for development of ergonomically sound products. Achieving reliable grip measurements was a difficult task, until now. Tekscan's Grip system provides detailed pressure profiles, forces and graphical analysis displays for various grip applications
ShotWatch by Grip & Rip Technology
, and tempo. The FlexiForce sensor is the key to the grip pressure component; as grip on the club tightens, wrist pressure increases. Thanks to its small physical size, paper-thinness, and low cost, the FlexiForce sensor provides the non-intrusive force measurement capability needed to complete the device
Smart Load Sensing Solution for Grip Applications
Accurate grip measurement has become increasingly important in today's world of continued ergonomic improvement. Historically, there have been limitations with grip measurement. Load cells are expensive and bulky; pressure films relay only relative measurements reflecting the maximum pressure
Metallurgy makes or breaks tube fittings
of aggressive fluids and chemicals, and resist internal and external corrosion. The fittings grip and seal by compressing the nose of a ferrule into the tubing OD. High-quality compression fittings hold internal pressure without leaks or failure until the tubing fractures. And users can repeatedly
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Budney, D.R. and Bellow, D.G. (1990) Evaluation of golf club control by grip pressure meas- urement .
Comparison of Grip Forces
Accurate grip pressure measurements are extremely important for development of ergonomically sound products.
The Grip pressure measurement system records the dynamic pressures and forces hands and fingers apply while grasping, gripping, holding, moving, lifting, and using objects, allowing one subject to sequentially grip several objects in many ways.
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Grip pressure measurements (Quin, Mason and Knowelden, 1950) were tried but found unsatisfactory for this case.
A touch based Multi-Modal interface for teleoperation to improve usability for the non-expert
The grasping operation is performed by the gripping pressure measured by the pres- sure sensor.
Analysis on the interaction between the nonholonomic mobile modular robot and the environment
The gripping pressures measured by the tactile sensors on two grippers .
The refined mechanical writing balance
For calibration of the handle pressure measurement , the closed pneumatic system was connected so dag to a water manometer the respective distance of the Griffdruekkurve yon of the Nul] drneMinie of the handle pressure corresponds to a geeiehten to value in millimeters...
Evaluation of rapid rider weight shifting behavior for a stand-riding-type self-balancing personal mobility vehicle: Pilot study
In addition, two pressure-sensitive sheet sensors (FSR) are installed on the handle to measure grip pressure .
Design and Testing of a Baseball�? Bat Transducer
8 Buddney, David R., " Measuring Grip Pressure During the Golt Sw-ing," .
Segmental sequencing of kinetic energy in a computer-simulated golf swing
Budney DR (1979) Measuring grip pressure during the golf swing.
Aromatase inhibitor-induced arthralgia in early breast cancer: what do we know and how can we find out more?
However, this form of grip strength measurement has not been vali- dated in clinical studies and actually measures grip pres- sure .
Novel Targeted Sensory Reinnervation Technique to Restore Functional Hand Sensation After Transhumeral Amputation
Two 0.5 force sensitive resistors (Solarbotics, Calgary, AB, Canada) were bonded to each tip of the gripping device adjacent to each other to measure grip pressure in two locations.