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Product Details:
Accuracy ClassClass 1
Body MaterialCast Iron
Measuring Range5 mm
ApplicationIndustrial
Nominal Resistance Of Bridge350 ohm
Resolution0.001 mm
Excitation10 V, DC nominal
Automation GradeAutomatic
FinishingPowder Coated
Gauge LengthUpto 50 mm
Output0.3 mV / V / mm ( approx )
TypeStrain Gauge type
BrandSM Engineers

An electronic extensometer is a device used for measuring the deformation or strain of a material under load, typically in materials testing applications. Unlike traditional extensometers that rely on mechanical components to measure deformation, electronic extensometers utilize electronic sensors and transducers for more accurate and precise measurements.

Here's how an electronic extensometer generally works:

  1. Attachment to Specimen: The extensometer is attached to the specimen being tested, often through clamps or grips. It is designed to securely grip the material while allowing it to deform under applied load.

  2. Measurement Principle: Electronic extensometers employ various measurement principles to determine the deformation of the material. Common methods include resistance strain gauges, capacitance sensors, or optical sensors.

  3. Deformation Measurement: As the material undergoes deformation under load, the extensometer measures changes in length, displacement, or strain. This measurement is typically done with high accuracy and resolution, allowing for precise characterization of the material's mechanical properties.

  4. Data Acquisition: The electronic signals from the sensors are processed and converted into digital data by the extensometer's electronics. This data is then transmitted to a data acquisition system or computer for recording and analysis.

  5. Real-time Monitoring: Electronic extensometers often provide real-time monitoring of deformation during testing. This allows operators to observe the material's behavior under load and make adjustments as needed.

  6. Software Integration: Many electronic extensometers are equipped with software interfaces that enable integration with testing software or data acquisition systems. This integration streamlines the testing process and facilitates data analysis and reporting.

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