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    Full Bridge Resistance Strain Gauge

    $12.89
    Highly accurate full bridge strain gauges with a resistance of 350 ohms, featuring temperature and creep compensation, the strain gauges can be used for stress analysis tests, various types of scales and sensors for high-temperature melt pressure.
    SKU: ATO-SG-EB
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    Delivery date: 2-12 days

    Low price full bridge strain gauge for sale, resistance of 350Ω or 1000Ω can be selected, and the sensitive grid is thin, which can better reflect the deformation of the surface of the component, thus the measurement accuracy is high.

    Specification

    • Model: ATO-SG-EB
    • Deviation of Nominal value: ≤±0.5%
    • Tolerance of the Mean Value: ≤±0.1 %
    • Sensitivity Factor: 2.0~2.2
    • Dispersion of the Mean: ± 1 %
    • Average Heat Output Coefficient: 1 μm/m/C
    • Dispersion of Average Heat Output: ≤30μm/m/C
    • Insulation Resistance: 10^4 MΩ
    • Fatigue Life: ≥10^7
    • Operating Temperature: -30℃~150℃

    Full Bridge Resistance Strain Gauge Structure Diagram

    Full bridge strain gauge structure diagram

     

    Resistive Strain Gauge Strain Gauge Model (Unit: mm)

    Model Sensitive Grid Size Base Size
    ATO-SG350-3EB 2.25×2.65 9.2×7.7
    ATO-SG1000-3EB 2.25×2.65 9.2×7.7

    Tips: How to choose the temperature self-compensation and elastic film self-compensation of the strain gauge?

    According to the working temperature of the strain gauge and the material of the specimen, as well as the measurement accuracy requirements, the temperature self-compensating or elastic film self-compensating strain gauge working at this temperature is selected. For example, for ordinary steel or spring steel, a temperature self-compensating strain gauge with a linear expansion coefficient of 11X10^-6°C should be used; for aluminum alloy materials, a temperature self-compensating strain gauge with a linear expansion coefficient of 23X10^-6°C should be used. strain gauge.

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