Pre-attached Leadwire Option Extends Strain Gage Performance

Pre-attached Leadwire Option Extends Strain Gage Performance
Micro-Measurements

The company now offers an optional pre-attached Teflon leadwire for its CEA- and WK-series strain gages, Option SP35, in support of high-temperature stress analysis requirements to +400°F (+204°C). Option SP35 includes ten feet (three meters) of 30-AWG, twisted, etched Teflon leadwires (330-FTE). The etching ensures that any protective coatings applied over the installation will bond and seal to the cable. Gage leadwires are pre-attached via solder to the CEA- and WK-series strain gages, allowing them to support specific requirements to +350°F (+177°C) and +400°F (+204°C), respectively. Their three-wire quarter bridge configuration cancels any potential cable thermal output, which may occur in response to temperature changes. For more information, go to http://www.vishaypg.com/micro-measurements/stress-analysis-strain-gages/Option-SP35-for-CEA-and-WK

Micro-Measurements
Raleigh, NC
919-365-3800
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http://www.micro-measurements.com

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