Resistive strain gauge device.
A strain gauge is a device for measuring an applied force. The electrical resistance or impedance of a strain gauge will change when a strain gauge element is stretched or compressed. Strain gauges are incorporated into electrical circuits designed to exploit the sensitivity of the strain gauge, so that the resulting change in electrical resistance is converted into a measurable voltage which can be sent to other electronics for further processing.
- Thin Film Strain Gauge Pressure Sensors - Thin film deposition surface layer, active strain gauge bridge circuit, pressure measurement device with signal output.
- Strain Gauge Input Panel Meters - Digital panel meters for displaying inputs from 4 wire ratiometric strain gauge sensors such as millivolt output pressure transducers and load cells.
- TPS Strain Gauge Pressure Sensor
- TPF Flush Diaphragm Strain Gauge Pressure Sensor
- TPH Strain Gauge Ultra High Pressure Sensor
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