LORD MicroStrain® wireless sensor nodes offer a streamlined solution for remote and embedded monitoring that eliminates the need to install or maintain wires. Our wireless nodes support a wide range of sensor types and packaging options, allowing users to quickly configure their optimal network. Furthermore, low-power designs are coupled with internal batteries, and optional energy harvesters, for long-term application.

V-Link®-200

LORD Sensing’s wireless 8-channel analog input sensor, ideal for precise measurement of a variety of conditions

G-Link®-200

The G-Link-200 includes an on-board triaxial accelerometer that allows high-resolution data acquisition with extremely low noise and drift.

SG-Link® -LXRS®

Small, low-power two-channel analog sensor node with many sampling options

IEPE-Link-LXRS®

Specialized high-speed node designed for synchronized, periodic burst sampling of piezoelectric devices

Torque-Link-LXRS®

Specialized analog sensor node designed to fit over rotating shafts for wireless strain and torque measurements

SG-Link®-OEM-LXRS

Small, low-cost two-channel analog sensor node ready for OEM integration

TC-Link®-6CH-LXRS®

Specialized node designed for data acquisition from up to six standard thermocouples and an optional relative humidity sensor

TC-Link®-1CH-LXRS®

Small, specialized node designed for data acquisition from standard thermocouples

What does MEMS mean?

Microelectromechanical systems is the technology of microscopic devices, particularly those with moving parts. MEMS are made up of components between 1 and 100 micrometers and generally range in size from 20 micrometers to a millimeter.