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① Ambient Conditions
Humidity, pressure, temperature, etc. of the medium surrounding the load cell.
② Ambient Temperature
The temperature of the medium surrounding the load cell.
③ Angular Load Eccentric
A load applied eccentric with the primary axis at the point of application and at some angle with respect to the primary axis.
④ Angular Load Concentric
A load applied concentric with the Primary axis at the point of application and at some angle with respect to the Primary axis.
⑤ Axial Load
A load applied along or parallel to and concentric with the primary axis.
The comparison of load cell outputs against standard test loads.
⑦ Calibration Curve
A record (graph) of the comparison of the load cell outputs against standard test loads.
⑧ Combined Error
(Non linearity and Hysteresis) The maximum deviation from the straight line drawn between original no--load and rated load outputs expressed as percentage of the ratedoutput and measured on both increasing and decreasing loads.
The utilization of supplementary devices, materials, or process to minimize known sources of error.
The change in load cell output occurring with time while under load and with all environmental conditions and other variables remaining constant.