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Measuring Output from a Strain Gauge

UEI's applications engineer Austyn Turner discusses the various factors to consider when selecting and measuring a strain gauge including bridge configuration, precise voltage source, and accurate input.

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UEI Headquarters Moves to Norwood MA

Thanks to your continued support our company is expanding and moved our location to accommodate our growth. Learn about our new location in Norwood, Massachusetts!

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Sharing Data with UEI and RTI

Being a part of the application engineering team at UEI means we spend a lot of time with our customers answering questions and providing answers -- many easy, many not so easy! One particularly relevant customer question was centered around finding an easier, more deterministic method to move information between Simulink models, a partnership with RTI was born.

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