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Load Cell Load Cell S Type Load Cell (0-100kg) - CZL301C - 3138_0

S Type Load Cell (0-100kg) - CZL301C - 3138_0

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  • S Type Load Cell (0-100kg) - CZL301C - 3138_0

    A load cell is a force sensing module - a carefully designed metal structure, with small elements called strain gauges, mounted in precise locations on the structure. Load cells are designed to measure a specific force, and ignore other forces being applied. The electrical signal output by the load cell is very small and requires specialized amplification. Fortunately, the 1046 PhidgetBridge will perform all the amplification and measurement of the electrical output.

    This S-Type load cell can be operated in compression or tension.


    Load cells require a power source and produce a very small voltage differential when under strain. In order to read this signal, an amplifier or a board with a high-precision analogue-to-digital converter is required. 

    Product Specifications

    Sensor Properties
    Sensor Type Compression/Tension Load Cell
    Controlled By Bridge Input
    Weight Capacity Max 100 kg
    Maximum Overload 120 kg
    Electrical Properties
    Output Impedance 350 Ω
    Supply Voltage Min 5 V DC
    Supply Voltage Max 18 V DC
    Physical Properties
    Compensated Temperature Min -10 °C
    Compensated Temperature Max 40 °C
    Operating Temperature Min -20 °C
    Operating Temperature Max 55 °C
    Cable Length 3 m
    Cable Gauge 20 AWG
    Material Alloy Steel
    Screw Thread Size M6

    For more specifications, check the included calibration sheet.


    warning Make sure to calibrate your load cell before using it. You can find information on how to calibrate the cell in the Load Cell Primer. You should also have a look at the User Guide for the bridge interface board that you're using to read the load cells.



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