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FA742 Strain Type 3 Axis Load Cell

FA742

Three Axis Force Sensor


Capacity: X/Y/Z: 100,200,500KN

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Product Features

Multi-axis force sensor is a kind of force sensor which can measure the force and torque components in more than two directions simultaneously. Multi - axis force sensors are divided into two - axis force sensors, three - axis force sensors and six - axis force sensors. The three-axis force sensor can simultaneously detect the change of force value in three directions, X axis, Y axis, Z axis (vertical force), and output three groups of voltage signals.

Three-dimensional force sensor, high-speed sampling, high-speed dynamic response, anti-interference, long-term stable performance, sensitive response;
And it is small in size and light in weight, can measure spatial acceleration, and can fully and accurately reflect the motion properties of objects.

 

Technical Specifications

parameter Technical Indicators
Nominal range X/Y/Z:10,20,30,50kg
Output Sensitivity 1.0±10%mV/V
Zero output ±2%mV/V
Creep ≤0.1%F.S.
Nonlinear ≤0.1%F.S.
Lag ≤0.2%F.S.
Repeatability ≤0.1%F.S.
Input resistance  350±5Ω
Output resistance  350±5Ω
Temperature Sensitivity Drift 0.05%F.S./10℃
Zero Temperature Drift 0.05%F.S./10℃
Insulation resistance ≥5000MΩ/100V(DC)
Excitation voltage 5~12V
Maximum excitation voltage 15V
Temperature compensation range -10~60℃
Operating Temperature Range -20~80℃
Safe Overload 150% F.S.
Ultimate overload 200% F.S.
Cable Wire Size φ3X3m
Material Stainless steel

Product Dimensions

Installation size

 

 

Strength mode

 

 

Wiring Diagram

 

 

Accurate measurement with matching display

The output of the force measuring and weighing sensor itself is an MV signal, which needs to be amplified and

convertedto display numerical values or output signals to the upper computer, PLC, etc.

 

 

 

Product Application

Multi-dimensional force sensor is a force sensor that can measure force and torque components in more than two directions at the same time. It is widely used in the research of robotic fingers and claws, and robotic surgery. Research, finger force research, dental research, force feedback, brake detection, precision assembly, cutting, restoration research, plastic surgery research, product testing, tactile feedback, teaching and learning. The industry covers robotics, automobile manufacturing, automated assembly line assembly, biomechanics, aerospace, textile industry and other fields.

 

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