How to bond a Strain
The installation of a strain gauge is probably the most crucial
part of strain measurement.... A poor
quality installation could discredit your tests costing time
and money. Bonding strain gauges requires skill, attention to
detail and patience as well as the correct tools and adhesives.
To check out how to do it take a look at this video >>
How a Capacitive Level
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to they work, take a look at this video >>
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The CCGBP Brake Pedal Load Cell... by Applied Measurements Ltd.
Strain Gauge Amplifiers... by FUTEK
30 seconds... It takes
30 seconds to schedule a haircut. It takes 30 seconds to update
your Facebook relationship status. It takes 30 seconds to take
and upload a selfie. And it takes 30 seconds for the IAA100 and
IAA200 to change the way you think about strain gauge amplifiers.
Enjoy the next 30 seconds! A Game Changer for Infusion Therapies... A Disposable
Liquid Flow Sensor from Sensirion AG
Sound of Material Testing Zwick´s
sound of materials testing. All sounds originate from different
types of materials testing machines. The result: an electro machine
sound loop made by destroying metals, crushing food,
melting plastics, bending medical products, tearing paper, breaking
smart phones and a lot of other things! Click the logo image >>
When Ultrasonic Sensors outperform Hydrostatic
Sensors in measuring liquids by AMETEK Drexelbrook
YDNS Miniature Shaft Torque Sensor - YDNS miniature shaft torque sensor is ultra-compact
& designed for static or semi-rotary torque applications.
Parallel shaft connections for in-line direct drive measurements.
Ideal for electrical motors, pumps and gearboxes.
Transmission Possible Animation by Mantracourt Electronics Ltd.
An animated overview of our X24 ATEX / IECEx Wireless Telemetry
Sensor System designed for exceptional performance in the harshest
of conditions. X24 is compatible with our existing T24 wireless
telemetry system for expansion in the safe zone.
USB Strain Module Shock Absorber Testing Case Study by Mantracourt Electronics
that theres no better way of understanding our products
than putting ourselves in our customers shoes. We saw an
opportunity to do this when a member of the team bought a new
bike. We wanted to investigate the magnitude of loads being transferred
through its shock absorber.
The Movie - Design, Engineering & Factory Tour by Mantracourt Electronics
- Design, Engineering and Factory Tour
Take a tour of Mantracourt Electronics, located in the southwest
of England, to preview the Design, Engineering and Manufacturing
Toolkit Software Tutorial by Mantracourt Electronics Ltd.
A short demonstration of the features and functionality of the
powerful and intelligent FSU Toolkit software, which allows quick
and simple viewing and data analysis of high speed measurement
from our USB strain module.
Installing a Datum Torque Transducer to an existing
drive shaft by
Datum Electronics Ltd.
a Shunt Cal on Himmelsteins 700+ Series Signal Conditioner
has upgraded their signal conditioners to provide state-of-the-art
options to better suit your needs. Learn how to perform a shunt
calibration on the new 700+ Signal Conditioners in this short
but informative video.
Video showcasing our infrared temperature products, no matter
how fast, large or reflective the target, we have a product for
How Position Sensing Solution worksby Cambridge IC
A brief overview of CambridgeICs position sensing solution;
how it works and why it outperforms traditional approaches to
linear and rotary position sensing. VIDEO LINK
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