Excellent measurement properties, easy handling and flexible use - even around edges.
Y series foil strain gauges (SG) can be used in many areas, for static or dynamic stress analysis. They measure highly precisely, are robust, extremely flexible and can be installed on different materials due to seven different types of temperature response matching. Y series universal SG are available in many versions for a wide range of applications - thanks to properties such as geometry, nominal (rated) resistance and measuring grid length that can be combined as required. Over 260 frequently used types (“preferential strain gauge”) are immediately available immediately from stock.
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- High linearity and low hysteresis
- Robust polyimide carrier
- Maximum elongation of up to 50,000 µm/m
- Extremely flexible: minimum radius of curvature of 0.3 mm
- Measuring grids protected with polyimide covering agent
- More than 2,000 versions available
- 4 different nominal resistances for many geometries available
- 7 temperature response matchings for different materials available
- Different connection configurations (solder tabs, leads, solder tabs with strain relief, pre-wired)
Many variants for different applications and measuring amplifiers available.
- More than 200 preferential strain gauges available for immediate delivery ex stock
- Pre-wired strain gauges eliminate the need for soldering
- Extensive range of accessories for covering, cleaning, installation, etc. available
- Various connection cables and control leads with up to 100 m length
- Interactive selection guide in the online shop so that the correct strain gauge can be found quickly and easily
Fast availability of strain gauges and accessories.
|Title / Description||Language||Products||Language||Content Types|
|Dehnungsmessstreifen - Katalog||German|
|Strain Gauges - Catalogue||English|
|Тензорезисторы - катало́г||Russian|
|Declaration of Conformity|
|Strain Gauges and Accessories - Declaration of Conformity||English, German|
|Determine the thermal expansion coefficient||English|