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Data Loggers for Bridge & Strain Applications

Data Loggers

Bridge & Strain Applications

MadgeTech's bridge and strain series data loggers are designed for use with strain gauges, load cells, pressure transducers and in other civil engineering applications where the collection of strain data is required. These easy-to-use devices are an ideal solution for replacing costly strip chart recorders.

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  1. Differential Input, Strain Gauge Data Logger with a 10 Year Battery Life

    Bridge101A Data Logger

    $539.00

    Bridge/Strain Gauge Data Logger. The Bridge101A supplies a 2.5V excitation voltage and accepts voltage signals from strain gauges, load cells and other low-level, DC voltage sources. Includes NIST traceable calibration certificate. Learn More
  2. 20Hz Bridge/Strain Data Logger

    Bridge120 Data Logger

    $589.00

    Differential Input, 20 Hz Bridge/Strain Data Logger. The Bridge120 supplies a 2.5 V excitation voltage and accepts voltage signals from strain gauges, load cells and other low-level, DC voltage sources. Learn More

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