Wheatstone bridge

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a bridge used to measure resistances

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Islam, Harsh, "Sensitivity enhancement of wheatstone bridge circuit for resistance measurement", Sensors & Transducers Journal, vol.
The change in resistance gives the change in the output voltage of the Wheatstone bridge.
A bolometer in combination with a Wheatstone bridge can be used in two ways to measure RF power.
Each strain gauge is then wired into a balanced bridge, consisting of two portions of an equal resistive value, formed into a Wheatstone bridge circuit.
Series 2 for dry-air applications acts directly on the silicon chip and comes into contact with the strain gauges of the Wheatstone bridge.
The load cell is a precision spring mechanism with strain gauges placed upon it that are arranged in a Wheatstone bridge circuit.
It provides an integrated front end for industrial process controls, precision data acquisition systems, medical instrumentation equipment or Wheatstone bridge measurement applications.
They transmit the signals through a Wheatstone bridge to a data acquisition board.
The TX10K-S transmitter has a Wheatstone Bridge strain gauge, a 350[olm] standard for a sensor input.
Easy-to-read units are industry compatible with any two-arm, 350-ohm Wheatstone bridge pressure transducer.
The Model SDT transducer indicates the level of liquid by continuously measuring hydrostatic pressure via its sensing dement, an ion implanted silicon semiconductor sensor with integral Wheatstone Bridge circuit.
The inputs to the neural network are the reference voltage applied to the Wheatstone bridge formed by the strain gages, the amplification value applied to the Wheatstone bridge's output voltage, and the 8-bit digitized voltage value acquired by a microprocessor.
Temperature variations are sensed by incorporating the filament into a Wheatstone bridge circuit.
The Wheatstone Bridge (the former process) was a good tool for a long time, but I felt there had to be a better way.
The first remotely controlled, automatic weighing system installed for rubber compounding took place around 1955, with the weighing equipment consisting of mechanical scale levers connected to dial indicators having potentiometer assemblies mounted on the dial spindles and simple Wheatstone Bridge circuitry activating electro mechanical relays for material feeding control.