January 26, 2017 - 8:55pm - This photo shows multiple Micro-Measurements’ CEA- Series rectangular rosette strain gages applied to a structural ring used on the Ariane Launch Vehicle.  These rosettes were used to record strain which was later reduced to maximum and minimum principal strains along with direction.  A 3-element strain gage rosette is the way to measure the state of stress due to combined load conditions.Application Photo - Ariane Launch Vehicle
May 10, 2017 - 8:27am - Semiconductor strain gages installed along with a Micro-Measurements foil strain gage.  The highly stable foil strain gage is used to calibrate the semiconductor strain gages.Calibration Bar for Semiconductor Strain Gages
May 10, 2017 - 8:27am - When ice skaters leave the ice for jumps and landings, they experience very high stresses along the blade.  The forces upon landing can be as great as eight times their actual weight.  Doing this over and over can lead to stress fractures in the foot, back of hip areas.  With Micro-Measurements optical stress measuring technique, PhotoStress, the ice skate blade designs can be optimized to reduce stresses on the body.Photostress Analysis of an Ice Skate Blade
May 10, 2017 - 8:28am - Resolving the reasons for a part failure can sometimes be challenging, especially when a Finite Element Analysis (FEA) appears to show that the stresses should not cause failure.  Sometimes real loading conditions can be different than the anticipated loads used in developing the FEA model, and this situation is instantly revealed by Micro-Measurements Photostress.  In this photo, a Photostress analysis of a real part under real loads revealed that a mounting hole was placed in a highly stressed location, thus weakening the part.  The solution to the problem was just as easily revealed by noting several low stress locations where the hole could be located without weakening the part.FEA Validation by PhotoStress
May 10, 2017 - 8:28am - This photo illustrates what can be achieved by a skilled strain gage installer.  Here, a Micro-Measurements EA-06-008CL-120 strain gage has been trimmed to fit and bonded to a small diameter wire.  A load and unloaded check of zero-return on your instrumentation will tell you if the installation is good and functioning correctly.  Strain Measurement on a Small Wire
May 10, 2017 - 8:28am - Since the 1980s, automobiles have been using plastic fuel tanks in place of steel tanks.  Over time, a gas tank may become brittle and fail. When this happens, gas cam leak from the automobile causing a negative effect on fuel efficiency and potentially a fire hazard. With PhotoStress, such failures can be prevented and corrected during the design phase.

Photostress Analysis of a Fuel Tank
May 10, 2017 - 8:28am - A Micro-Measurements EA-XX-008CL-120 strain gage (0.008 inch gage length), trimmed to fit and installed on stainless steel.  Note that trimming part of the foil pattern is not advised by Micro-Measurements, but may be okay as long as the installed strain gage exhibits proper zero-return.008CL Strain Gage, Trimmed
May 10, 2017 - 8:28am - Micro-Measurements strain gage installed on a medical tool.F1-B5 Medical Tool with Strain Gage Installed
January 1, 2000 - 12:02am - This photo is the hallmark of a properly installed Micro-Measurements EA-Series strain gage.  Note the 3-wire, ¼-bridge connection of the instrument cable to the bondeable terminal.  Solder connections are kept as small as possible to improve fatigue life and elongation capability of the strain gage.  The thin, enameled, solid copper wire is routed from the strain gage perpendicular to the maximum strain, and the wire is looped to decouple strain transfer to the wire.Properly Installed Strain Gage Using a Bondeable Terminal
January 1, 2000 - 12:07am - Shown is a small, EA-13-031EC-120 Micro-Measurements strain gage bonded to a cast aluminum part, ready for application of a protective coating and subsequent strain measurements.  Notice that the excess backing (matrix) was trimmed so that the strain gage could be fit on the part.  Also note that the rough, cast surface was sanded smooth in the vicinity of the strain gage location; this is correct surface preparation procedure for installation on rough surfaces.EA-13-031EC-120 Strain Gage on Casting
January 1, 2000 - 12:25am - This photo shows Micro-Measurements’ EA-Series strain gages installed in areas of stress concentrations on a piston.  An analysis, such as shown, allows designers to optimize the piston for both strength and mass.  A wide variety of measurement situations required the use of different types of strain gage patterns.  Strip gages are used in areas where a measurement of strain gradient is needed.  To compare with a Finite Element Analysis (FEA) model, strain gage rosettes are utilized so that both the direction and magnitude of the maximum and minimum principle strains can be measured under all load conditions.  Shear gages are also utilized.  These strain gages are bonded using M-Bond 600 adhesive.  134-AWN wire is used so that the wire can be sealed to the surface of the piston and connecting rod, and is able to withstand the high G-forces encountered during a test run of the engine.  Though not shown, a protective coating, such as M-Coat GA-61 can be applied in a thin layer and will protect the gage installation from the hot oil environment.Extensive Stress Analysis of a Piston
March 27, 2007 - 10:36am - One of the smallest strain gages for general purpose stress analysis use.  The Micro-Measurements EA-XX-008CL-120 strain gage.EA-XX-008CL-120, Tiny Stress Analysis Strain Gage
August 25, 2014 - 7:53am - Strain gages installed on the reclaimer screw shaft: two full-bridges in shear patterns (torque) and.
two half-bridges in linear patterns (bending)MMCS11 - Fig 5a
September 21, 2015 - 5:00pm - Shown is a Micro-Measurements circular diaphragm gage installed on the diaphragm of a pressure transducer.  Diaphragm gages are special, full-bridge strain gages, designed for constructing pressure transducers.  Also note the use of colored, 134-AWN wire which is useful in keeping track of the power and signal corners of the Wheatstone bridge while wiring the installation.Diaphragm Pressure Transducer
October 13, 2015 - 2:10pm - The Strain Gage Hole Drilling method (ASTM Standard E837) is a widely accepted method for determining residual stress in a part or structure.  Micro-Measurements has the strain gage rosettes, installation kits, RS-200 Milling Guide, and strain indicators needed for a residual stress measurement.Residual Stress in Welded Pipe
February 4, 2016 - 11:54am - This photo shows Micro-Measurements dual-shear strain gages installed in a shear pin transducers.  Identical dual-shear gages are installed on both sides of the shear web shown, and then wired to form a full-bridge.  Micro-Measurements M-Bond 610 adhesive is typically used to install strain gages in the highest quality transducers and load cells.Shear Pin Transducer
March 15, 2016 - 8:54am - A very nicely installed set of Micro-Measurements strain gages, ready for final protective coating and subsequent strain measurements.  Note the use of bondeable terminals as an anchor point and transition to heavier gauge instrumentation cables. Rosette and Uniaxial Strain Gage Installation
March 16, 2016 - 2:03pm - The diaphragm of this pressure transducer is relatively large in diameter, so it uses several single grid strain gages.  Micro-Measurements has a Tech Note (TN-510) all about diaphragm pressure transducer design.  In this photo, note the use of resistors near the bondeable terminal (three of them).  These resistors are used to create a balanced bridge (zero output), temperature compensation, and modulus compensation to improve the overall accuracy of the transducer.Large Diaphragm Pressure Transducer
January 26, 2017 - 6:18pm - Strain gages installed at various stress concentrations on an automotive coolant pump for design and FEA validation.  The gages are installed using the correct materials for elevated temperature and the coolant/water-mixture environment.  The cable used is 336-FTE with etched Teflon insulation to ensure a good seal with the combination of M-Coat D covered with a layer of M-Coat B Nitrile Rubber for chemical resistance.Coolant Pump Design Verification
January 26, 2017 - 6:20pm - Here, two EA-06-015EH-120 strain gages are installed on a dental implant.  Though two gages are used on opposite sides, this installation is not a half-bridge.  Instead, the two gages are wired in series as a quarter-bridge.  This arrangement provides automatic sensitivity only to the axial strain, while cancelling unwanted strains due to bending.  Self-temperature-compensation number (STC) was not critical since temperature changes did not occur during the course of the strain measurements.Compressive Strain on a Dental Implant
January 26, 2017 - 6:24pm - A Micro-Measurements full-bridge diaphragm strain gage utilizing radial and tangential grid lines is installed on the thin diaphragm of a pressure transducer.  Wiring is completed and ready for cable and protective coating application.Diaphragm Pressure Transducer
January 26, 2017 - 7:22pm - Micro-Measurements’ CEA-Series strain gages are installed on a gun mount for use in field testing and design validation.Design Verification of Gun Mount
January 26, 2017 - 7:32pm - Micro-Measurements’ EA-06-40CBY-120 strain gages are installed on concrete in a nuclear reactor.  It is interesting to note that the 4-inch [102mm] 40CBY patterns are laid out at 0°-45°-90° angles to form rectangular rosettes.Biaxial Strain on Concrete – Nuclear Reactor
January 26, 2017 - 7:35pm - CEA-06-032UW-350 strain gage bonded to a reed valve.  Following strain gage installation, the device was calibrated in terms of millimeters of tip deflection, providing a means to dynamically measure the deflection of the reed valve while installed on an engine.Use of Strain Gage for Monitoring Carburetor Reed Valve
January 26, 2017 - 8:17pm - This photo shows Micro-Measurements dual-shear strain gages installed in a shear pin transducers.  Identical dual-shear gages are installed on both sides of the shear web shown, and then wired to form a full-bridge.  Micro-Measurements M-Bond 610 adhesive is typically used to install strain gages in the highest quality transducers and load cells.Shear Pin Transducer
January 26, 2017 - 8:25pm - Micro-Measurements’ CEA-Series strain gages installed on the post support of a sign board along a California highway.  The gages were installed for long-term monitoring of strain/stress, primarily due to loads produced by high wind velocity.  Notice that the installation is complete except for the final application of a protective coating.  The base coat of M-Coat F butyl rubber is shown correctly applied under the 322-DJV cable, so that the final top coat of butyl rubber will fully encapsulate and seal the cable and around the strain gages.Monitoring Long-Term Strains on a Highway Sign Support
March 3, 2017 - 3:42pm - This photo shows Micro-Measurements’ C2A-06-G1350-120 (could also be a C2K-06-G1350-350 for 350Ω) installed on a printed circuit board for strain measurements according to IPC/JDEC-9704A.  Adhesive is M-Bond 200.  A complete strain gage application kit is available, containing all materials needed to install the pre-cabled C2A-Series gages, the BAK-200 Kit.Printed Circuit Board Application Per IPC/JDEC-9704A
March 24, 2017 - 7:50pm - Shown is a full-Torsion bridge on a valve spring constructed using two EA-06-062TV-350/E strain gages from Micro Measurements.  Also used in the installation is a CPF-38C bondeable terminal, 134-AWP wire, and 330-FTE Teflon-insulated cable.  After installation, the valve spring can be compressed to a known force and the force equated to the output of the strain gage half-bridge to form a calibration.Valve Spring Calibrated for Force Measurement
October 5, 2016 - 5:28pm - Some load cells are very expensive.  In cases where a load cell is damaged, it is often possible to replace the strain gages and calibrate the load cell.  This image shows a balance that was reworked by Vijay Kumar of Dynatec in India.Loadcell Reworked
May 16, 2017 - 11:23am - An older photo documenting the applications of strain gages to a horse shoe and to a horse's hoof.  Testing was being done to validate the design of a lighter horse shoe intended to reduce the stress and cracking of the horses foot while training and racing.Strain Measurement on a Horse Shoe 1
May 16, 2017 - 11:23am - Brave man with a hot soldering iron attaching cables to the strain gages on a horse hoof.  This would be a good application for C2A-Series precabled strain gages.Strain Measurement on a Horse Shoe 2
September 30, 2015 - 3:00pm - Micro-Measurements Advanced Sensors are designed and manufactured in a wide range of patterns for production of precision transducers.  Shown here are two examples of linear diaphragm patterns used in the production of precision pressure transducers. Advanced Sensors Diaphragm Gages
March 15, 2016 - 10:01am - Shown is a Micro-Measurements EA-06-031RB-120 strain gage rosette bonded at the corner of a component that attaches to the printed circuit board(PCB) via a ball grid array (BGA).  The strain measurement is then used to see if the PCB can be processed, mounted, and packaged within the strain limits defined in IPC/JDEC-9702A.

Rosette on a Printed Circuit Board
March 16, 2016 - 1:53pm - This photo shows a Micro-Measurements J2A-XX-S1425-35B full-bridge strain gage used to form a simple axial force transducer.  Full-Bridge gages such as the S1425 allow single-surface gaging on transducers that do not require the highest accuracy possible.Full Bridge Strain Gage Used to Make a Simple Axial Force Transducer
March 18, 2016 - 11:54am - These molds show the two simple steps to install a Micro-Measurements EGP-5-350 (or EGP-5-120) Concrete Embedment strain gage.  The mold on the left shows the embedment gage suspended in the correct position to measure strain due to axial loading of the concrete cylinder.  The cylinder on the right shows the mold being filled with concrete.  EGP embedment gages in field structural monitoring applications would typically be suspended within the rebar structure prior to the concrete being poured.Concrete Embedment Strain Gage
December 12, 2016 - 4:34pm - This is a custom strain gage designed and manufactured by Micro-Measurements for large area strain averaging on asphalt core samples.  There is a grid for measuring hoop strain, one for axial strain, and a shear half-bridge for measuring torsional strain.  All strain gages measure the average strain under the area of their sensing grids, so these large grids correctly average on the non-homogenous asphalt material.Custom Gage for Strain Measurement on Asphalt
December 14, 2016 - 3:22pm - This photo shows a Micro-Measurements C2A-06-031WW-350 bonded to a thin walled steel pressure vessel.  A 3-element rosette allows the measurement of both the maximum and minimum principal strains, as well as the direction of the principal strains at the gage location.Thin Walled Pressure Vessel
August 4, 2015 - 2:46pm - Micro-Measurements Bridge Completion Modules (BCM) are used here to complete the entire Wheatstone bridge comprised of a single-grid strain gage and the three precision resistors of the BCM.  Doing so in this case allows a much lower noise level by routing the two high impedance signal wires and two high level voltage excitation wires through the slip ring.  Note that this would still be called a ¼-bridge strain gage installation since there is one active (strain gage) arm of the 4 arms of the Wheatstone bridge.Wheatstone Bridge Completion Module
May 22, 2017 - 4:07am - In printed circuit board testing, sometimes it is desired to know the strain applied to a component as the board is flexed.  This photo shows a Micro-Measurements EA-XX-015DJ-120 strain gage trimmed and bonded to a surface mount capacitor.Strain Gage on a Capacitor
June 15, 2017 - 4:57pm - A Micro-Measurements CEA-06-250UB-350 strain gage bonded to carbon fiber composite.  The 250UB pattern, with solder tabs on the side, is ideal for tension tests of carbon fiber coupons for material qualification.  Visit ( for more details.  062UB, 125UB, and 250UB are three sizes which are available.CEA- Series Strain Gages Designed for Composite Testing
July 12, 2017 - 1:31am - Micro-Measurements 031WW and 062WW stacked rosette pattern strain gages use for measurements on a printed circuit board.France - PCB
July 20, 2017 - 11:57am - Fortburn recently received a request from a Melbourne Based company, to instrument a Mixing Shaft for the use of measuring forces applied to paddles attached to the shaft.

Job Criteria:
Two full bridges measuring bending forces on the shaft.
Bridges to be located close to flange to maximise output from the bridge.
Short data cable from bridge as Binsfield telemetry system is being used.
Ambient temperature environment. 
Sealant to prevent moisture ingress and provide mechanical strength 
Bending Forces in the X,Y directions were required.

Fortburn were responsible in selecting suitable strain gauges, adhesive and sealant systems 

MM products used for the installation included:
Bending pair strain gauges N2A-09-S131P-350 full bridge (4 Active Gauges)
M-Bond AE-10 Adhesive
M-Coat A sealant 
4 core ribbon data cable PVC
3M Scotch Weld DP100CL 

Photograph courtesy of  Fortburn Pty, Ltd., Port Melbourne, Australia
Fortburn - Mixing Shaft
June 9, 2017 - 1:59pm - Fortburn Pty, Ltd ( recently received a request from Brisbane company, Flewsolutions to instrument a CNC interface for the use of measuring forces applied to a cutting head.
Forces in the X,Y and Z directions were required.
Flewsolutions produced the interface component and Fortburn completed the strain gauge instrumentation. 
MM products used for the installation included:
Dual Linear strain gauges for constructing a bending bridge
Tee Rosette strain gauges for the Axial force
M-Bond 610 Adhesive
M-Coat A sealant
M-Coat 3145 sealant
Photograph courtesy of
Fortburn - Tool Forces
July 25, 2017 - 8:24am - A Micro-Measurements ZC-Series High-Temperature strain gage installed using the Rokide flame spray process for dynamic measurements up to 1150 °C
ZC-Series with Rokide
July 27, 2017 - 9:33am - A compact specimen for shear modulus testing of composite materials.  Micro-Measurements has gages designed to fit these coupons specifically for this test procedure. Compact Specimen for Determining Shear Modulus using Strain Gages (strain gauges)
July 27, 2017 - 10:04am - This shows correct gage setup for measurement of thermal expansion coefficient using strain gages.  The test object has several axial gages, and an identical reference gage is bonded to a sample of Titanium Silicate glass, a material with an extremely low (near zero) thermal expansion coefficient.  Reference Micro-Measurements Tech Note TN-513 ( for the complete procedure!
Photo courtesy of BComtesting:
Measurement of Thermal Expansion Coefficient Using Strain Gages (strain gages)
June 16, 2017 - 5:15pm - dav20个应变片安装在自行车蜘蛛曲柄上(蜘蛛曲柄正反面各10个),用于测量自行车曲柄的扭矩力。

20 strain gages, Micro-Measurements Advanced Sensors N5K-06-S5046M-50C/DG/E5, are mounted on the bicycle spider crank (10 on front and 10 on rear side of spider crank) which is to measure the torque of a bicycle crank.
Torque on Bicycle Spider Crank
July 12, 2017 - 4:53pm - The CEA- Series of strain gages from Micro-Measurements have a great balance of characteristics that make them ideal for a wide range of applications in stress analysis and even transducers.  This photo shows a CEA- Series strain gage installed to achieve the maximum, one-time elongation limit of about 5% (50000 microstrain!).  Note the wiring per Micro-Measurements Tech Tip TT-605 “High-Elongation Strain Measurements”.
A video is available showing how to install wiring for high-elongation:
CEA- Series Gages Do Many Things Very Well
September 22, 2017 - 7:28am - This photo shows a Micro-Measurements Advanced Sensors, C5K-06-S5198-350-33F miniature planar rosette, installed on a printed circuit board.  This strain gage is ideal for the PCB application as it places all three grids in the same area that is possible with a traditional stacked rosette.  Plus, it is 350-ohms so that it will prevent self-heating instability.
See how to install these strain gages at Micro-Measurements YouTube channel:

Tiny Strain Gage Rosette (Advanced Sensors S5198 pattern) for PCB
April 5, 2017 - 1:47pm - 由于非常高的电场对应于晶体宽度的微小变化,可以以更高的精度改变该宽度,使压电晶体成为极其精确定位物体的最重要工具,因此可用于执行器。压电元件可以用于激光镜对准,其中它们在微观距离上移动大质量(反射镜安装)的能力被用于电子校准一些激光镜。 
测量仪器:Model P3应变测量仪和记录器

Due to the tiny changes by very high electric fields correspond to the width of the crystal, this width can be changed with better-than-µm precision, therefore piezo crystals can be the most important tool for positioning objects with extreme accuracy — thus they can be used as actuators. Piezoelectric elements can be used in laser mirror alignment, their ability to move a large mass over microscopic distances (the reflector mirror installed) is exploited to electronically align some laser mirrors.
The strain gages are installed on the piezoelectric ceramic can be used to accurately measure ceramic displacement changes after voltage excitation, to achieve the control of excitation voltage.
Instrument: Model P3 Strain Indicator
压电陶瓷加载电荷 Piezoelectric ceramics load charges
July 10, 2017 - 5:18pm - Here, a precabled, C2A-XX-015LW-120 is compared to a CEA-XX-125UW-120.  The 015LW pattern is ideal for obtaining a strain measurement on small parts and the fact that it is precabled is helpful when placing the strain gage in difficult to reach locations.Strain Gage Size Comparison
November 12, 2017 - 1:02pm - Composites specimens ready for testing using ASTM D5379 Double V-Notched shear testing standard (Iosipescu).  The strain gages used for this test are specifically designed for this test.  The product selected for this test was N2A-00-CO32A-500/SP61.  Testing will be completed at room temperature.
Testing for Shear Properties of Composites
November 12, 2017 - 10:48am - Composite specimens strain gaged using CEA-06-125UT-350 to determine Poisson Ratio values using ASTM D3039 tensile testing standard.  Testing to be conducted at room temperature.
Determining Poisson's Ratio Using Strain Gages
October 30, 2017 - 8:48pm - This photo shows a beautifully installed Micro-Measurements WK- series dual-linear strain gage.  However, can you see what is wrong?  This gage is wired as a half-bridge with each of the two grids in adjacent Wheatstone bridge arms.  Since the grids are both in the same direction, they will experience equal strain and equal change in resistance.  Equal changes in resistance in adjacent bridge arms means that the bridge stays balanced and the voltage output will remain unchanged.  These two grids would be better monitored as two ¼-bridge circuits.
What is Wrong with This Picture?
November 26, 2017 - 12:13pm - ASTM D4255 strain gaged specimen loaded in the two-rail test fixture ready for testing.  The strain gage allows for shear modulus determination by providing shear strain.ASTM D4255: Specimen Loaded in Test Fixture
November 25, 2017 - 12:02pm - ASTM D4255 strain gaged specimen loaded in the two-rail test fixture ready for testing.  The strain gage allows for shear modulus determination by providing shear strain.ASTM D4255: Micro-Measurements CEA-06-187UV-350 Shear Strain Gages Applied
March 14, 2017 - 4:21pm - A key benefit in the specification of pre-cabled gages for stress analysis is their efficiency during installation. With this new option, Micro-Measurements has extended this benefit into higher application temperatures. New 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.
Option SP35 is ideal for the support of higher temperature stress analyses of automotive and aerospace components, or of any other structural material. It is particularly useful for higher temperature composite materials testing, eliminating the need for soldering on the test article, and thus the possibility of heat damage to sensitive surfaces. In addition, Option SP35 has no impact on strain gage resistance tolerance or strain range specifications, allowing for continued seamless integration into the application environment. At the same time, it offers a viable leadwire solution with simplified installation requirements. With these combined features, Option SP35 now allows a customer to specify both Micro-Measurements CEA- and WK-series strain gages into an expanded number of higher temperature applications, particularly those where the limitations of traditional pre-gaged vinyl insulated cabling had previously limited their use. For more information on Option SP35, or other available stress and strain sensing technologies from Micro-Measurements, visit

Micro-Measurements® Introduces Pre-attached Teflon Leadwire Option for High-Temperature Experimental Stress Analysis to +400°F (+204°C)
November 29, 2017 - 10:57am - Valve stem strain testing
Strain Gage: EA-06-031CE-350
Cable: 336-FTE

Valve stem strain testing
March 3, 2017 - 1:32pm - A full bridge Advanced Sensors foil strain gage (N2K-06-S5056Q-10C/DG/E5) is used to design a new digital torque wrench.


Digital Torque Wrench
April 14, 2016 - 10:29am - Stress Analysis of an automobile wheel.
PhotoStress coating and Micro-Measurements strain gages, as seen on this wheel, are the most often used measurement methods for experimental stress analysis (ESA). The full-field analysis capabilities of PhotoStress can provide both qualitative and quantitative information about the state of the stress in a structure, while strain gags are routinely used to provide data about the state of stress under various loading conditions at specific points. These techniques are widely used in Aerospace, automotive, biomedical, and recreational equipment industry applications, among many others, throughout the world.
Stress Analysis of an automobile wheel.
February 28, 2017 - 5:14pm - China-made Robotic Technology Could Automate Mushroom Harvest
Automated mushroom harvesting machine using strain sensor controlled equipment, eliminates manual collection/picking of mushrooms from the field.
One of the goals of this technology, besides improving the dependability and accuracy of mushroom harvesting, is making it affordable for the industry growers.
Strain Gage: J2A-13-S5129N-350


应变片型号 Strain Gage: J2A-13-S5129N-350
China-made Robotic Technology Could Automate Mushroom Harvest
January 3, 2018 - 8:51am - An electric screwdriver is built for precision torque control and ensures product quality, cost savings and a reduction in overall assembly failures. An electric screwdriver is often used for light assembly applications. A torque controlled electric screwdriver using a micro-measurements strain gage is designed to automatically stop when the preset torque has been reached, providing accurate repeatability.
应变片型号Strain Gage: N2A-06-S5095T-350/E3Electric Screwdrivers with Torque Control 电动螺丝刀扭矩监测
May 14, 2017 - 9:52am - 应变片型号 
Strain Gages: CEA-06-187UV-350,LWK-06-W250B-350
Testing in high temperature pressure pipes.
Weldable strain gages, such as the LWK-06-W250B-350, offer quick and convenient installation and elevated-temperature capability.Testing in high temperature pressure pipes. 管道高温压力压力测试
August 31, 2017 - 4:37pm - The failure of valve springs can result in damage to the whole engine. Valve springs are safety-critical components and indispensable for the reliable operation of an engine and should therefore be ruled out with utmost efficiency, i.e. by means of trustworthy design and validation concepts for valve spring, engine and automobile manufacturers.
应变片型号Strain Gage: EA-06-062TV-350 
导线型号Cable: 134-AWP
Adhesive: M-BOND 200
Coating: M-COAT AShear Testing of Valve Springs
January 3, 2018 - 9:55am - The human heart valve that prevents blood flow back to the lungs is called the mitral valve. Micro-Measurements strain gauges mounted at four locations of the ring as shown in the figure below. Follow your heart but take a strain gauge with you. Click here Mitral annuloplasty rings - Measuring forces in a beating heart
February 8, 2018 - 10:36am - The demand for reliable, durable and compact electronic devices is all around us. Consumer electronics, industrial, automotive, aerospace and medical device manufactures want it, “lighter, more compact, more durable, more powerful” and, oh by the way, all at a lower price. This demands that the product is designed, tested and manufactured to exacting standards to meet the expectations of an ever more demanding marketplace. These requirements have been further complicated by the elimination of leaded solder to be RoHS compliant. Lead-free solder is much more brittle and is susceptible to brittle fracture when exposed to excessive strain.
The solution is WK strain gage (gauge) sensors designed to meet the growing demand for precise, stable, and reliable stress analysis of PCBs, even in harsh environments.

应变片型号 Strain Gage: WK-06-030WR-120
胶水Adhesive: M-Bond 610
保护涂层Coating: M-Coat C
多个应变片贴于PCB测试板上,用于PCB SMT流程应力测试
February 8, 2018 - 10:46am - Cracks in the PCBs — brittle fractures in solder and even across components, particularly around BGAs — can be induced by in-circuit test fixtures and during assembly, burn-in and testing, system integration, and packaging and shipping. Strain measurements should be made after all design iterations of the PCB, including changes to on-board components, which may alter thermal stress loading. This is especially useful when introducing new solder materials and processes, which may have a different stiffness and introduce a different soldering thermal profile. The miniaturization of consumer electronics — and consequent increase in component density — results in larger thermal stresses, new requirements for surviving repeated loadings, and a greater need for impact stress survival. Meeting these specifications requires accurate knowledge of strains in the PCB and on-board components. Strain gage measurement is the quickest, most accurate, and most cost-effective method for identifying strains on a PCB, and can be used in developing loading fixtures and test plans to optimize the testing phase.应变片型号 Strain Gage: WK-06-030WR-120
February 8, 2018 - 10:40am - 应变片型号 Strain Gage: WK-06-030WR-120
胶水Adhesive: M-Bond 610
保护涂层Coating: M-Coat C
多个应变片贴于PCB测试板上,用于PCB SMT流程应力测试
August 22, 2018 - 1:41pm - The Micro-Measurements S5198 pattern provides precise strain detection with minimized non-uniform PCA strain gradient effects, along with reliable operation to +200°C. An industry best-in-class resistance specification of 350 Ω, as compared to the 120 Ω typical industry standard, reduces the unwanted self-heating and heat dissipation effects commonly found among substrates with poor heat conductivity, such as PCB’s. A reduced overall footprint, with grid length of just 0.36 millimeters, facilitates ease of target board placement and integration. The S5198 pattern is further supported by pre-attached high-performance Teflon® insulated flexible thin cables, consisting of three twisted wires per grid. The wires are color coded, stripped and tinned for ease of PCB wire routing and connection to data acquisition systems. In addition to PCB testing, the pattern is suitable for ball grid array (BGA) component testing, spherical bend testing, mechanical shock testing, PCB flexures, and in-circuit testing (ICT). The S5198 is RoHS compliant and is utilized in accordance with IPC–JEDEC 9702, IPC–JEDEC 9704, and JEDEC JESD22-B111 standards.
The PCB testing image was provided by FOS 
Firma Ohmann Servicedienste
Inh. Jutta Möller
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Miniature Planar Rosette Strain Gage Pattern for PCB Testing. (Advanced Sensors Technology)