This topic lists the physical measurement types FlexLogger supports.
The physical measurement types available in your system depend on your specific hardware configuration.
Physical Measurement Type 
Compatible Sensors 
Description 
Voltage 
Voltage 
Find the difference of electric potential between two points of a circuit, using a groundreferenced or differential reference point. 
Current 

Current

Current Shunt

Voltage

Find the flow rate of an electric charge in a circuit. 
Temperature 

Current

RTD

Thermocouple

Voltage

The expression of cold and heat of an environment. 
Pressure 

Measure the force applied to an area by a fluid 
Force 

Bridge

Current

Voltage

IEPE

Determine the rate of acceleration or resistance on an object against another object. 
Torque 

Determine the amount of force causing an object to rotate. 
Strain 
Bridge 
Measure an object's tension or compression as expressed by small changes in resistance. 
Acceleration 

Determine the change of the velocity of an object as demonstrated by static forces (gravity) or dynamic forces (vibrations and movement), with the accelerations conveyed as varying voltage or current levels. 
SoundPressure 

Measure the pressure difference of the ambient atmospheric pressure caused by a sound wave. 
LinearPosition 

Determine the linear movement of an object on a single plane as demonstrated by change in distance. 
LinearVelocity 

Current

Voltage

Encoder

Frequency Counter

Measure the velocity of an object on a single plane over a time period. 
AngularPosition 

Determine the circular movement of a rotating object as demonstrated by change in rotational distance. 
AngularVelocity 

Current

Voltage

Encoder

Frequency Counter

Measure the velocity of an object's circular rotation over time. 
Frequency 
Frequency Counter 
Count the number of cycles that occur over a period of time, specifically waveform intervals. 
PulseWidth 
Frequency Counter 
The length of one cycle over a period of time, specifically a waveform interval. 
Custom 
All 
Configure a voltage, current, or bridge sensor using custom units. 