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.

G-Link®-200

Wireless 3-axis accelerometer with rugged, weatherproof enclosure. Fully calibrated and low noise. Ideal for vibration, impact, and tilt.

V-Link®-200

Wireless 8-channel analog input node. Ideal for precise measurement of voltage, strain gages, load cells, and pressure transducers.

G-Link®-200-OEM

Wireless 3-axis accelerometer for OEM integration. Fully calibrated and low noise. Ideal for vibration, impact, and tilt applications.

SG-Link®-200-OEM

Wireless 2-channel analog input node for OEM integration. Ideal for precise measurement of strain gages, load cells, and pressure transducers.

TC-Link®-200-OEM

Wireless 1-channel temperature node for OEM integration. On-board CJC and calibration for use with a thermocouple, RTD, or thermistor.

TC-Link®-6CH-LXRS®

Wireless 6-channel temperature node. On-board CJC and calibration for use with thermocouples.

IEPE-Link-LXRS®

Wireless 1-channel node for integration with IEPE-type sensor. Transmits periodic bursts of high-speed sampled data. Ideal for vibration condition monitoring.

Torque-Link-200

The Torque-Link-200 allows users to remotely collect data from a range of sensor types, including strain gauges, pressure transducers, and accelerometers.

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.