Strain gauge technology is almost always better at detecting impending issues than acceleration because it uses causal information instead of reactive information. Strain gauge sensors can measure 10e-12 deformations in the material. This means you can monitor very stiff structures and low-RPM machines much more accurately than acceleration-based sensors.

Wireless, fully digital telemetry comes in an incredibly small package – a 13x15mm wireless USB strain measurement core. Lightweight and embeddable, the micro telemetry features wireless power and data and can accommodate Wheatstone Bridge applications and sensors including strain, pressure, servo-accelerometers, etc.

The GTI Predictive Technology Micro Telemetry is low-cost, easy to apply, and durable making it an ideal solution for monitoring rotating and moving parts where wires and slip rings are just not feasible.

Watch Demonstrations Below:


  • Machine tool holders
  • Spindles
  • Driveshafts
  • Axles
  • Compressors
  • Machine qualification and model validation
  • Linkage stresses
  • Engines
  • Generators
  • Pump shafts
  • Ideal for wirelessly monitoring moving parts
  • Predictive maintenance


  • 13x15mm
  • Compatible with a wide variety of input transducers: strain, acceleration, pressure
  • Powered wirelessly with up to two power antennas: strain, acceleration, or pressure: 7812 samples/sec 24-bit data
  • Input power and current measurement to aid in power antenna placement
  • Onboard temperature sensor readings from -40°C to 125°C
  • Intelligent onboard diagnostics
  • Capable of wireless power excitation using Suprock RF stationary equipment
  • Application tested to 35,000 gees (343,350m/s2)