Model F9302

Strain transducer up to 1,000 μe

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  • Injection molding machines
  • Presses, stamping and embossing machines
  • Structural steelwork, vessel supports
  • Special vehicles
  • Construction machines

Special features

  • Integrated amplifier
  • Good long-term stability, high shock and vibration immunity
  • Good reproducibility
  • As retrofitting, easy to install
  • For use in extreme outdoor applications (IP67, optional IP69K)


The strain transducer has been designed for applications in which there is a need to measure the deformation due to external forces acting on an existing component. The device is simply screwed onto the component. After calibration the unit obtains the characteristics of a force transducer. The strain transducer is suitable for use on structures where elongation is in the range max. ≤ 1.0 ‰. Two screws are used to attach it to a region of the structure at which the relevant elongation occurs. A amplifier is integrated. The combined deformation body/strain transducer is easy to calibrate via control signals. The overall accuracy achieved depends on the installation situation, but is better than 2 % of F.S..

At the heart of the strain transducer is a 7 mm thin-film sensor with a temperature-compensated Wheatstone bridge circuit fitted into the tightest of spaces. The digital programmable amplifier permits factory presetting to specific application requirements. The transducer may be used both for static and for dynamic measurement.

The strain transducers fulfil the electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) requirements of EN 61326.

Measuring range
Strain from 0 … 200 μe, up to max. 0 … 1,000 μe

Strain transducer up to 1,000 μe
  • Strain transducer up to 1,000 μe
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