|Bridge Circuit||Four active 350Ω strain gages
|Sensitivity at 1000 ME||~1.3mVout/Vexc
|Excitation||Up to 10 Volts
|Temperature Range||-34° to 100° C
|Lead Wire||24 AWG, twisted four-wire with shielding
*Specifications subject to change without notice on account of continued product development
Strain measurement becomes challenging in concrete structures due to aggregate components. Our concrete strain gauges are designed to assure precise measurements on concrete structures. The resistance of the concrete strain gauge depends on the cross-sectional area and length of a conductor and is indicated by the formula R=L/A (where R is resistance, L is length, and A is the cross-sectional area). The length of the conductor will depend on its shape and size, and this impacts the resistance and cross-sectional area.
The reading of the electrical resistance from the gauge will help you understand the stress-induced on the object. The input voltage is applied to the input terminals of the concrete strain gauge and the output can be read at the output terminals.