Tension/compression load cell 8402
button typestrain gaugecompact

tension/compression load cell
tension/compression load cell
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button type
strain gauge
Other characteristics
compact, stainless steel, miniature, universal
Rated force

Min.: 0 kN

Max.: 100 kN


Miniature load cell Very compact, small dimensions, robust, sturdy, reliable, universal, made of stainless steel Features •Available ranges from 0 ... 1 kN up to 0 ... 100 kN •Relative non-linearity: ≤ ±0.25 % F.S. •Very small dimensions •Drug chain qualified cable •Made of stainless steel •With standardized output signal •burster TEDS optionally available Description This, related to its measuring range, miniaturized load cell enables an universal and reliable operation in industries and laboratories. It is well suited for compression measurements in very restricted structures. The load cell is a compact construction and made of superrefined steel. Therefore it can be used in many fields of industry, like. Examples are: •Press-in force measurements on longitudinal and transversal connections •Compression force measurements on punch and roller applicancy •Spring tension measurements on shock absorbers for cars •Contact pressure determination in push rods •Compression force measurements on compressed-air knee-lever presses Thanks to the rounded top, in shape of a little hat, the force to be measured is led into the sensor centrically and free of lateral force. Strain gauges arranged in a full bridge are applied on the generated surface of the sensor. By applying a force to the strain gauge bridge the resistance change of the strain gauges is transformed into an output voltage which is directly proportional to the measured force.

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