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When to use a load cell?

A load cell measures mechanical force, mainly the weight of objects. Today, almost all electronic weighing scales use load cells for the measurement of weight. They are widely used because of the accuracy with which they can measure the weight. Load cells find their application in a variety of fields that demand accuracy and precision. […]

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What is the load cell amplifier?

Let’s see what a load cell amplifier is. Let’s see what a load cell is. A load cell is an electronic device that converts an electrical signal into a force that can then be measured. In a nutshell, it’s a device that allows us to measure the project and load – measuring forces that provide […]

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What is a Load Cell

A load cell (or loadcell) is a transducer which converts force into a measurable electrical output. Although there are many varieties of force sensors, strain gauge load cells are the most commonly used type.   The load cell is composed of base, load cell block, bolt, cable, etc. The load cell block is a load-bearing […]

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Load Cell Types

Load cell designs can be distinguished according to the type of output signal generated (pneumatic Load Cell, hydraulic Load Cell, electric) or according to the way they detect weight (bending Load Cell, shear Load Cell, compression Load Cell, tension Load Cell, etc.)

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How does a Load Cell Work

A load cell works by converting mechanical force into digital values that the user can read and record. The inner working of a load cell differs based on the load cell that you choose. There are hydraulic load cells, pneumatic load cells, and strain gauge load cells. Strain gauge load sensors are the most commonly […]

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