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National Instruments offers a wide variety of strain measurement solutions ranging from simple and secure Wi-Fi devices to high-channel count, rack-mountable systems. With modular platforms such as PXI and NI CompactDAQ, you can integrate a wide variety of I/O with your strain measurements. Whether you are making strain measurements in a lab or rugged remote location, NI has the right measurement platform for your application. National Instruments has software options for quickly logging data to disk as well as for full programming environments for complex system architectures. With NI modular hardware and flexible software, you can create a strain measurement system that meets the specific and unique needs of your application.
Choosing a Strain Sensor and Measurement Device
Strain gages are fundamental sensing devices that function as the building blocks of many other types of transducers, including pressure, load, and torque, used extensively in structural test and monitoring applications. Even though strain gages are common, they are one of the most difficult types of sensors from which to condition and acquire reliable data. National Instruments offers a wide variety of devices for you to choose from to perform strain gage and bridge-based sensor measurements.