Harvard Apparatus Model Isometric Transducers for use with Harvard Apparatus Amplifiers
Isometric muscle contraction is defined as force with zero motion. Harvard Apparatus Isometric Transducers achieve this condition by means of thin-filmed, bonded strain gauges and substantial beams
- Strain gauge type
- Available in two force ranges
Isometric muscle contraction is defined as force with zero motion. Harvard Apparatus Isometric Transducers achieve this condition by means of thin-filmed, bonded strain gauges and substantial beams.
The strain gauge has four-wire closed Wheatstone bridges for long term stability and sensitivity. The stiffness of the transducer and stem prevents unwanted displacement.
To operate, these Isometric Transducers require power from the amplifier/signal conditioner to which they are connected.
They are available in two force ranges and are supplied with an amplifier/signal conditioner specific, 1.8 m (6 ft) cable. These cables are also available separately allowing the Transducer to connected to a different amplifier/signal conditioner simply by switching the cable.
|For use with X Amplifier Type||Harvard Apparatus||Harvard Apparatus|
|Force Range||0 to 50||0 to 200|
|Mounting Rod Length English||3||3|
|Mounting Rod Length Metric||75||75|
|Mounting Rod OD English||0.5||0.5|
|Mounting Rod OD Metric||12.5||12.5|
|Transducer Depth English||0.75||0.75|
|Transducer Depth Metric||19||19|
|Transducer Height English||0.75||0.75|
|Transducer Height Metric||19||19|
|Transducer Width English||6||6|
|Transducer Width Metric||150||150|