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T Rosettes, 6 mm Grid Length, 6.3 mm Grid Width 350 Ω Resistance

$100.39

Item# SGD-10/120-LY11

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T Rosettes, 6 mm Grid Length, 6.3 mm Grid Width 350 Ω Resistance SGD-10/120-LY11 SGD-10/120-LY11
T Rosettes, 6 mm Grid Length, 6.3 mm Grid Width 350 Resistance is rated 4.6 out of 5 by 7.
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  • Conveniently Priced per Pack of 10
  • 1-Axis Linear Gages for Static and Dynamic Applications
  • Small Bending Radius
  • Broad Temperature Range
  • Ribbon Leads, Solder Pads, or Wire Lead Connections
  • Clear Alignment Marks
  • Affix with Cold or Hot Curing Adhesives

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Product Specs

OMEGA™ uni-axial strain gages are available in a variety of models to cover most strain measurement applications. Their rugged construction and flexibility make them suitable for highly accurate static and dynamic measurement. The measuring grid is formed by etching constantan foil, which is then completely sealed in a carrier medium composed of polyimide film.

Rated 5 out of 5 by from excellent It is perfect for my project. It is happy to purchase this one.
Date published: 2016-10-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Dynamic experimental setup (SHPB) This Gage is easy to used with lab experimental setup.
Date published: 2020-05-31
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Pretty straightforward strain guahe Purchased to use for a power meter on a bicycle. They are working well now that I have them hooked up, but getting them on properly was a bit of work. I have only done this once before but last time I remember it being easier. I couldn't get the pads to wet with solder for a long time and had the pads rip off on a few by accidentally pulling on the cables (lightly) once they were hooked up. Probably my own fault, but I did barely touch them. I put on a new pair and smothered them in superglue, they are stellar now.
Date published: 2018-03-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Worked well. I was able to apply and start making measurements right away. It has been many years since I have applied a strain gauge, but the refresher video and adhesive from Omega was a help.
Date published: 2019-04-08
Rated 3 out of 5 by from They work, but with some installation issues These strain gauges work reasonably well, but with lower mechanical gain than some other brands. Their solder pads are actually quite difficult to solder to, and multiple calls to their technical help line went unanswered.
Date published: 2018-07-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from great for student use ribbon leads are perfect for student labs - no need to solder, and no long lengths of wire hanging on the parts. Pug alligator clipped leads on the DAQ, and ready to roll.
Date published: 2018-03-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from SGD-1.5/120-LY11 Review Gauges arrived on time, as I had to expedite shipping. They work excellent as expected from Omega products. I am a student working on an engineering project and applied the gauges to aluminum and interfaced with an Arduino to collect strain measurements under varying loads. Would recommend if you're looking for a small/medium strain gauge that is easy to apply to most materials.
Date published: 2017-03-21
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What is the recommended Wheatstone bridge configuration that you would recommend for these particular strain gauges and preferably one that is compatible with multiple sensors at once? Thank you.

Asked by: JoeC
These gauges can be used in a 1/4,1/2 of full bridge configuration. Full bridge best due to it having the highest sensitivity.
Answered by: JKengineer
Date published: 2020-10-06

How much required voltage is needed to get the strain gauges to function/record data properly?

Asked by: joejoe2768
Joejoe2768 Thank you for contacting Omega Engineering, the max V rms will be listed in the spec sheet corresponding to each strain gauge based on grid length and width.
Answered by: DVJ SAE
Date published: 2020-09-15

Is it $52 per sensor or $52 for a pack of 10?

Asked by: JoeJj
JoeJj Thank you for contacting Omega Engineering, this price will be for a pack of 10
Answered by: DVJ SAE
Date published: 2020-09-15

How do I determine the size of the strain gage that is necessary for my project?

Asked by: Samantha
Thank you for your question! you can email your application requirements to pressure@omega.com and we can help you select a product!
Answered by: Isha
Date published: 2020-02-28

Good Day, I have reviewed your datasheets but I am not able to find detailed information about the strain gauges you offer. What is the maximum deflection of your gauges? What is the relationship with the change in resistance? Thank you.

Asked by: jacky4566
Thank you for contacting Omega with your question. Specifications for the strain gages can be found in the Technical Reference section on our website under the heading “Pressure, Strain and Force Related”. Here is a link to the site for the spec sheet https://www.omega.co.uk/techref/pdf/STRAIN_GAGE_TECHNICAL_DATA.pdf
Answered by: engineer rf
Date published: 2020-02-04
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