Strain Probe Has The Right Stuff

Baumer’s DSRK strain probe is said to be setting new standards in tie bar strain measurement. Retaining the measuring performance of its predecessor, the DSRH with Strain-Mate technology, the DSRK uses the glued strain gauge principle. Its stainless steel measuring head is highly-resistant to impacts and guarantees repeatability and long-term stability. Containing no elastomers, it can be used at high ambient temperatures up to +85°C, and does not require subsequent recalibrations. The measuring head geometry including a stable tension mechanism simplifies installation and limits damage risk. The DSRK strain probe is available in 16-mm and 20-mm diameters and lengths of 240 mm to 2,000 mm. All options are available with a 0 to 10V or 4-mA to 20-mA output. Further information is available at http://www.baumer.com/force-strain

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