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① Creep Recovery
The change in no--load output occurring with time after removal of A load which had been applied for a specific period of time. Usually measured over a specific time period immediately following removal of rated load and expressed as a percent of rated output over a specific period of time.
The change of length along the primary axis of the load cell between no--load and rated load conditions.
A random change in output under constant load conditions.
④ Eccentric Load
Any load applied parallel but not concentric with the primary axis.
The algebraic difference between the indicated and true value of the load being measured.
⑥ Excitation, Electrical
The voltage or current applied to the input terminals of the load Cell.
⑦ Frequency Response
The range of frequencies over which the load cell output will follow the sinusoidally varying mechanical input within specified Limits.
The maximum difference between load cell output readings for the same applied load; one reading obtained by increasing the load from zero and the other by decreasing the load from rated output.
⑨ Insulation Resistance
The dc resistance measured between the load cell circuit and the load cell structure. Normally measured at fifty volts and under standard test conditions.
The weight or force applied to the load cell.