This revolutionary system offers greater flexibility for countless applications, including any force measurement application involving a mobile subject
South Boston, MA (PRWEB) January 14, 2013
Tekscan, Inc. (Boston, MA), the leading manufacturer of complete force and pressure measurement solutions, is pleased to announce the release of the Wireless ELF™ 2, a user-friendly wireless load measurement system. Tekscan, Inc is showcasing this new product at the MD&M West show (Booth #3825) in Anaheim, CA from February 12th-14th. This revolutionary system offers greater flexibility for countless applications, including any force measurement application involving a mobile subject. The new wireless version of the already successful ELF™ System allows customers greater freedom and flexibility in using force and pressure sensors in their product research, quality assurance, and testing.
The Wireless ELF™ 2 combines ultra-thin (0.008”) piezoresistive FlexiForce single-element load sensors with a battery-operated Wi-Fi transmitter (certified 802.11b radio- 802.11 b/g/n compatible) and simple software. The software displays real-time force data in pounds, grams, or Newtons. Users can select whether to view the data digitally, or in chart format. Data can also be saved as “movie files” to play back later and/or be saved in ASCII format and exported to data analysis programs.
For more information about this product, please visit our website at http://www.tekscan.com/wireless-force-load-measurement. If you would also like to speak to a Tekscan representative, please email us at marketing(at)tekscan(dot)com.
Tekscan is a leading manufacturer of force sensors and complete tactile force and pressure measurement systems. Accurate, simple to use, and extremely cost-effective, their sensors have been integrated into a variety of successful OEM products. Measuring both static and dynamic pressure events, their systems provide concrete data for making crucial assessments in industrial, medical and dental applications. Products range from simple force sensors and force sensing systems to highly complex pressure measurement systems with over 100,000 sensing points.