HBM High Temperature Strain Gauges | High Temperature and Resistant to Alternating Loads


HBM Strain Gauges | High Temperature Strain Gauges | OMEGA | HBM-M-Series

HBM Strain Gauges | High Temperature Strain Gauges | OMEGA

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  • High Resistance to Alternating Loads
  • High Temperature Range 300°C (572°F)
  • Wide Spectrum of Different Types
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M Series strain gauges have been specially developed for high resistance to alternating loads at increased strain levels and high temperatures up to 300°C (572°F). They are foil strain gauges with measuring grids made of a special nickel-chromium alloy. OMEGA/HBM offer this special strain gauge with various geometries, measuring grid lengths and temperature response matching.

New materials offering high strength such as fiber composites pose a major challenge for strain gauges used for measurements specifically when pushing components to their mechanical limit of performance. Situations may arise where a strain gauge subjected to alternating loads at increased load levels is weakened and fails earlier than the component under test. The M Series has been specially developed for high resistance to alternating loads and allows for testing of materials featuring high strength.

All M Series strain gauge types are available with different measuring grid lengths:
    • 1.5 mm: where space is a constraint or when highly selective measurement results are required
    • 3 mm: for inhomogeneous materials and where space is a requirement or not
    • 6 mm: for inhomogeneous materials and where space is not a requirement

The right measuring grid length: The measuring grid length depends on the aim of measurement, since the result of a measurement with strain gauges will be determined as the average of strains. In general, measuring grid lengths of 3 to 6 mm (0.06 to 0.24") generates a better result.

Long measuring grids are recommended where there is an inhomogeneous material such as concrete or wood. A long strain gauge will bridge the inhomogeneity of the work piece and return the strain underneath the measuring grid as the measurement result.

Short measuring grids are suitable for detecting a local strain state. Therefore, they are suitable for determining strain gradients, the maximum point of notch stresses and similar stresses.

Strain Gage Construction–Foil Strain Gauge
Glass fiber reinforced phenolic
    Thickness: 35 ±10 µm
Grid Foil:
    Material: CrNi
    Thickness: 5 µm
    Material: Polyimide film
    Thickness: 25 ±5 µm
Connections: Solder pads with strain relief
Resistance: 350 and 1000 Ω
Resistance Tolerance: ±0.3%(1)
Gage Factor: Approximate 2.2 (specified on each package)
Gage Factor Tolerance: ±1.5% (for grid length <3 mm) ±0.7% (for grid length ≥3 mm)
Temperature Coefficient of the Gauge Factor: Specified on each package
Transverse Sensitivity: Specified on each package
Operating Temperature Range: -200 to 300°C (-328 to 662°F)
Temperature Response (Ferrite Steel): 10.8 ppm/K (6.0 ppm/°F)
Maximum Elongation:
    Positive Direction: 10,000 µm (1%)
    Negative Direction: 15,000 µm (-1.5%)
Minimum Bending Radius: 5 mm (0.20") for linear gauges 10 mm (0.39") for stacked rosettes
Bonding Material that Can Be Used: Z70 or EP310S
Fatigue Life (Test to Failure):
    107 cycles at 2000 µm/m
    106 cycles at 2200 µm/m
    104 cycles at 3100 µm/m


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