Compression load cell EG series
beam typeanalogdigital

compression load cell
compression load cell
compression load cell
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Characteristics

Type
compression
Form
beam type
Output signal
analog, digital
Other characteristics
aluminum alloy, with output amplifier
Rated load

3 kg, 6 kg, 12 kg, 25 kg (6.61 lb)

Description

Series EG Categories: Compression, Load Cells Series EG because of their flexion-parallelogram mechanical working principle are able to compensate in the proximity of the measuring axis, errors due to off-center forces, thence having extremely good accuracy. The EG series can have a CE marked built-in electronics. Analog electronics is calibrated only with compression forces (i.e.: 0,5V=0Kg and +5V=6Kg compression; 4mA=0Kg and 20mA=12Kg compression etc.) The digital electronics has an high resolution 24bit A/D converter and allows a long distance data transmission protected against electrical noise. The digital electronics with RS485 and RS422 outputs (DSEbus and Modbus protocols) allows the following functions: calibration and data transmission in engineering units (kg, tons, daN etc.), dynamic zero, digital filter (sampling rate from 7,5 up to 960 Hz), high accuracy (up to 10 linearization points) and an easy service (overload events memory). Software: It is provided free of charge, with RS485 and RS422 outputs (DSEbus and Modbus protocols), also a software to be installed into the user’s computer (not included) that allows an easy setting of the electronics working parameters and a data visualization. The load cell has a built in calibration circuitry whenever it has the 2mV/V not amplified output.

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