Our sensor measures sustained winds and gusts up to a steady 160mph. Response time is 0.1 seconds with a resolution of 0.25mph. It’s used to warn of imminent failure of the sheltering assemblies on awnings, umbrellas, etc. so that appropriate action can be taken.
This extensometer measures the tension/compression forces in its attachment structure. We use the sensor topology to gauge beam deflection for civil/industrial structural components, hull stresses in ships, crane loads, wire rope loads, and forces in landing struts for aircraft.