A set of tests have been planned to determine the extent to which various control strategies can increase the power produced by resonant wave energy conversion (WEC) devices. This paper describes the instrumentation and sensor suite developed for use in these tests. The instrumentation package was selected to simultaneously sample all the signals with high resolution at a frequency up to 1 kHz. The sensor suite for measuring parameters used in real-time control strategies will be recorded at a sampling frequency of 100 Hz. A set of sensors targeted at validating theoretical and numerical models of the device and will also be sampled at 100 Hz. A sensor suite comprised of slam panels and high-impact pressure transducers will measure the slam forces on the device. The slam sensors must be sampled at a higher rate of 1 kHz to capture any slam events.