Strain Sensor Handles Mega Measurement Cycles

Strain Sensor Handles Mega Measurement Cycles
Parker Hannifin Corp.

The SNHS High Strain sensor is a thin, lightweight, stretchable, rubber band-like device that offers the ability to take accurate and precision measured strains of over 100% for millions of cycles. It is built with a stretchable, dielectric polymer described as a hyper-elastic silicon rubber that creates a soft, conformable, and rugged sensor. The High-Strain sensors are made using a multi-stage printing process, which allows them to offer a level of flexibility in form factor for easy customization. They can be used in a wide variety of sensing scenarios including compressive and tensile strain, pressure, bending, shear, torsion, and temperature. They can also be used in capacitive or resistive measurement modes, and act as a mechanical displacement to capacitance or resistance transducers. For more info, go to http://promo.parker.com/promotionsite/condition-monitoring/us/products/ci.High–Strain-Sensor,EN.EN

Sensors Expo Midwest Booth # 813

Parker Hannifin Corp.
Rohnert Park, CA
408-215-7350
408-215-7320
http://www.parker.com


 

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Company: Parker Hannifin Corp.
Country: United States (USA)

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