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  • By Collin
  • Posted Mar 24, 2017

Announcing the release of our new GX5-25 AHRS inertial sensor!

We are proud to announce the launch of the next in our line of innovative GX5 inertial sensors—the 3DM-GX5-25 AHRS sensor!

The latest generation of this award-winning inertial sensor is the best in its class for measuring attitude (pitch, roll and yaw) and heading in a variety of...

  • By Collin
  • Posted Mar 23, 2017

Best Places to Work in Vermont - Awards Ceremony

As we mentioned last month, we were named one of Vermont’s Best Places to Work for the fifth year in a row. Last night, Vermont Business Magazine hosted the awards banquet for the top 45 companies in the state, and we are proud to report that we finished 8th in the Large Company category.

Hundreds of companies from across the state...

  • By Collin
  • Posted Mar 22, 2017

We're at Subsea Tieback!

Subsea Tieback Forum & Exhibition is now in full-swing in San Antonio, Texas, and we're standing by in Booth #553!

Achal Shah and Craig Morris are demonstrating our latest innovations for the subsea industry, including our non-intrusive flush wellbore sensors, fully-welded stainless steel subsea load cells, and API 17F-compliant pod sensors.


  • By Collin
  • Posted Mar 20, 2017

Come see us at Subsea Tieback this week!

The 2017 Subsea Tieback Forum & Exhibition kicks off this week in San Antonio, Texas, and LORD Sensing will be there in Booth #553!

Join Achal Shah and Craig Morris from our team as they demonstrate our latest innovations for the subsea industry, including our non-intrusive flush wellbore sensors, fully-welded stainless steel subsea load cells, and API 17F-...

  • By Collin
  • Posted Mar 17, 2017

Snow day!

Sure we're used to snowy winters here in Vermont, but 28 inches of snow in 24 hours is a little bit much, even for us. (That's the National Weather Service's official snowfall tally map on the left. The deeper the red, the more snow. We're just to the right of Lake Champlain.)

This past Tuesday and Wednesday saw an unprecedented amount of March snow....

  • By Collin
  • Wireless
  • Posted Mar 15, 2017

Announcing the release of our new G-Link-200!

We are pleased to introduce our new G-Link-200-8G ruggedized high-speed triaxial accelerometer node for real-time data acquisition and machine health monitoring of high-value assets.

Used to measure motion, vibration, acceleration/deceleration, tilt, and impact events, the G-Link-200 has an on-board tri-axial accelerometer for high-...

  • By Collin
  • Posted Mar 9, 2017

7 new SensorConnect updates (plus 2 MSCL adds!)


Last fall, we premiered SensorConnect, our main PC software for sensor configuration and data collection, and we're pleased to announce that SensorConnect 6.0.0 has now been released and is live on our website. Get it here.

Among the updates:

1. G-Link-200: The G-Link-200 (scheduled for launch next week) is fully supported. This includes configuration and...

We're at Heli-Expo!

HAI HELI-EXPO is underway in Dallas, and we're there exhibiting our latest technologies!

Sales manager Tom Smith is standing by at Booth #2817 to answer any questions you have about your sensors and sensing systems needs. Among the innovations we're demonstrating is the new V-Link-200 wireless 8-channel analog input sensor node.

Be sure to stop by and...

  • By Collin
  • Posted Mar 3, 2017

See you at Heli-Expo next week!

The 2017 edition of HAI HELI-EXPO kicks off next week in Dallas, and we're looking forward to seeing you!

Stop by Booth #2817 to meet with our sales manager Tom Smith as he displays many of our latest sensing technologies, including the brand new V-Link-200 wireless 8-channel analog input sensor node.

HELI-EXPO is one of the leading global gatherings...

  • By Collin
  • Posted Feb 27, 2017

For your convenience: Pressure Conversion Table

With all the various ways to measure and calculate pressure, it can sometimes be a little daunting to convert one unit to another. How do you go from bar to psi, for example? Or pounds per square foot to dynes per square centimeter?

We are happy to provide a comprehensive pressure conversion table for your convenience, giving you virtually every possible measure and...

  • By Collin
  • Posted Feb 23, 2017

Welcome home, Chris!


As we mentioned way back in our very first post, our Product Manager Chris Arnold, a Vermont Air National Guard Captain, has been serving overseas.

His unit played an instrumental role in support of Combined Joint Task Force - Operation Inherent Resolve, which is working to defeat ISIS and increase regional stability in the Middle East. The mission...

  • By Collin
  • Posted Feb 22, 2017

Product HiLite: Load Cells for High-Strength Conveyor Belts

Whether a mine produces coal, iron ore, copper or gold, it begins as a pile of rock which must be processed. Removing tons and tons of raw, ore-laden...

  • By Collin
  • Posted Feb 20, 2017

Get your FREE Sensors Expo pass!

The 2017 Sensors Expo & Conference is just four months away, and we would like to invite you to attend with a complimentary Expo pass. Taking place June 28-29 at McEnery Convention Center in San Jose, California, Sensors Expo brings together the brightest minds in the sensing world for two days of demonstrations and education.

As always LORD Sensing...

  • By Collin
  • Posted Feb 16, 2017

We're a "Best Place to Work in Vermont" (for the 5th straight year)!

We are very proud to have once again been named one of Vermont’s Best Places to Work. 2017 marks the fifth straight year we have earned top honors in the statewide awards program. The annual list of the Best Places to Work in Vermont was created by Vermont Business Magazine, the Vermont Chamber of Commerce, the Vermont Department of Economic...

  • By Collin
  • Inertial
  • Posted Feb 14, 2017

How Auto-Adaptive Technology in Inertial Sensors is Improving Precision

By Fritz Martin, Engineering Manager of Inertial Products

Inertial sensors are increasingly being incorporated into a growing list of applications, including antenna pointing, GNSS navigation, platform stabilization, flight tracking, regime monitoring, autonomous vehicles, robots, and package delivery systems...

  • By Collin
  • Inertial
  • Posted Feb 14, 2017

Easy migration to the new GX5 inertial sensors

The 3DM-GX5 is the latest generation of the very popular 3DM-GX series of IMU, VG, AHRS, and GNSS-INS inertial sensors. This is truly a “drop-in” replacement for the previous-generation GX4 inertial sensors, making it extremely simple to upgrade. However, there are a few key performance and API improvements that you should know about to extract the best...

  • By Collin
  • Wireless
  • Posted Feb 14, 2017

G-Link-200: ESD Testing

In a few weeks, we will be unveiling our latest wireless sensing innovation—the G-Link-200. It's a ruggedized high-speed triaxial accelerometer node with ± 2 to ± 8 g measurement range providing high-resolution data with 20-bit A/D converter at noise levels as low as 25 μg/√Hz.

Before its release, however, it has to undergo rigorous testing in a number of...

  • By Collin
  • Posted Feb 14, 2017

Welcome to our LORD Sensing blog!

We are very excited to be launching this blog, and we hope you make it a regular destination.

Our aim is very simple—we will be providing a wide variety of information about our products, technologies and the sensors industry in general, in order to keep you informed and on the cutting edge. We will share our thoughts on innovations, announce new products,...