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Peter Bermudez

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Case Study - Force-Sensing Prosthetic Fingers

Posted by Peter Bermudez on Feb 20, 2019 10:35:22 AM

Sensing Systems and Micro-Measurements, a worldwide leader in strain gage technology, jointly published a case study discussing a collaborative project between Sensing Systems, the Department of Defense, and various medical schools. This project would not have been possible without the technological capabilities of Micro-Measurements' strain gage product line.

 

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Topics: Load Cells, Sensor Design, Strain Gaging, Medical Industry

Submersible and Underwater Load Cells and Torque Sensors for Marine Applications

Posted by Peter Bermudez on Feb 12, 2016 10:31:05 AM

Sensing Systems manufactures submersible load cells and torque sensors for all marine applications and requirements. We have pioneered underwater sensing technologies and can adapt any of our standard load cell or torque sensor designs to function in marine environments. We also offer standard underwater load cells and torque sensors across all measurement ranges that are capable of operating in up to 7,000 feet underwater, or 3,000 psi. All standard load cell geometries - S-Beam, Shear Pin, Pancake, etc. can be made to operate in underwater environments as marine load cells.

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Topics: Load Cells, Torque Sensors, Marine Application

Fully Custom Load Cells and Torque Sensors

Posted by Peter Bermudez on Jan 29, 2016 4:36:39 PM

When space, cost, and performance are critical, an existing part can be redesigned to operate as a load cell or torque sensor within an existing system or test setup requirement.

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Topics: Load Cells, Sensor Design, Torque Sensors