The karma gauges can be manufactured with effective modulus compensation (EMC). The EMC gauges are mostly for manufacturing low-cost force transducers, because with the EMC gauges the manufacturers can eliminate the use of compensation resistors and achieve the sensitivity compensation.
For creep compensation, there are 18 creep codes: “N10, N9, N8, …, O, …, P5, P6, P7″. The “N10” is the most negative creep code, while the “P7″ is the most positive one. The “O” stands for a moderate creep code. For a specific strain gauge, please find its available creep code below its dimensions at the “Option *9″ on the following pages. For a customized creep code, consult BCM SENSOR.
For more information on self-temperature compensation (STC), creep compensation, and EMC of strain gauges, please refer to the corresponding articles respectively on the website of BCM SENSOR.
|Pattern||1 grid / shear (or torsion): AB, AC; 2 grids / shear (or torsion): HA, HA(A), HA(B), HA(C)|
|Nominal Resistance||350Ω, …, 3000Ω|
|Backing Material||modified phenolic resin (F), modified polyimide resin (I), laminated polyetherketone (B), advanced laminated polyimide (A), laminated polyimide (L)|
|Working Temperature Range||-30~+80°C for backing F, -85~+150°C for backing I, -45~+150°C for backing B, -195~+200°C for backing A, -55~+150°C for backing L|
|Tolerance Of Resistance||<±0.1%|
|Gauge Factor||constantan: 2.1±0.1, karma: 2.03±0.17|
|Gauge Factor Dispersion||<±1%|
|Maximum Working Strain||±5000µε|
|Strain Limit||up to ±30000µε|
|Fatigue Life||>10^7 at 1000µε|
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