Features and Benefits
- This product is not available in the United States
- Environmentally sealed tension and compression load cell
- Tension and compression
- Small Size
- Stainless Steel Construction
The GWMC Series Miniature Threaded In Line Load Cells are strain gauge based transducers with temperature compensation and excellent overall performance. This type measures tensile and compressive loads up to 5000N with better than ±0.25% non-linearity. The sensor is provided with a #32 AWG 4-conductor braided shielded cable with an outer jacket of 2.2 mm diameter, 2m long, with no connection between the shield and the sensor body. For additional protection, the cable is contained within a stainless steel spring for strain relief purposes for the first 25 mm.
The GWMC Series Miniature Threaded In Line Load Cells are strain gauge based transducers with temperature compensation and excellent overall performance. This type measures tensile and compressive loads up to 5000N with better than ±0.25% non-linearity.
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