Strain gauges for room temperatures

Strain gauge selection according to test temperature

The test temperature can be taken as a basic standard for gauge selection. The temperature ranges are roughly classified into room temperature, lower temperatures and high temperatures. The room temperature strain gauges are heat-treated to make thermal output as small as possible for self-temperature compensation. Therefore, no correction of thermal ouput produced by temperature variation is required. The thermal ouput of the compensated strain gauges is adjusted within ±1.8 x 10-6/℃.

Strain gauge selection according to measurement goals