Omega Introduces KFH Series Prewired Strain Gages

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Monday, April 22, 2013

Omega introduced its new series of prewired strain gages. Each gage for the KFH series has 50 mm of PTFE cable before transitioning to AWG 28 leads to prevent leads from adhering during installation. It features short, medium and long grid linear gages, short and medium grid XY gages (T-Rosettes), no soldering at the measuring point, rugged polyimide carrier and a fully encapsulated gage for protection from the environment. Ideal for R& D and automotive industries where stress analysis of suspension components are necessary.

Price Starts at $ 140.00

www.omega.com

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