Industrial Grade Wireless Torsional Strain Sensor, Full Bridge


Integrate almost any strain sensor into a Leap Sensors wireless transceiver node for structural health monitoring (SHM) on bridges, overpasses, support beams, and more. Easy to install on existing structures. Be up & running in just a few minutes.

Wireless Strain Demonstration and Tutorial

wireless strain sensor demonstration and tutorial

wireless strain sensor demonstration and tutorial


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Part of the breakthrough Leap Sensors® system.


Strain sensors are not included. Contact us and one of our experts can recommend strain gauges for your application.  We offer easy-to-install spot-weld-on strain sensors.  We also have a Micro Measurements battery-powered spot welder available for rent.

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Leap Sensors are specially designed to easily adapt to your specific needs. If this isn’t exactly what you need, please contact us.

Wireless Torsional Strain Sensor Specifications

  • The Leap wireless sensor electronics can be integrated with a wide range of strain sensors:
    • Using a full-bridge, the sensors measure torsional strain only.
    • Full bridge (standard for torsion-only measurement).
    • 120 ohm, 350 ohm, and 1000 ohm.
    • Gage factor (2.0) standard. Other gage factors also available.
    • Spot-weld-on (most common), foil, silicon, etc. Contact us for advice on applying strain gauges.
  • Most wireless strain sensors are tailored to specific needs. Contact us to integrate an application-specific strain sensor with the Leap Sensors wireless system.
  • Over-the-air wireless zeroing to compensate for installation residual strain.
  • Standard torsional strain sensor comes with one full-bridge (350 ohm) weld-on strain sensor with 10 foot cables.
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This wireless sensor is ideal for monitoring:

  • Structural Health Monitoring

Patents pending.

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