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. ② Deflection The change of length along the primary axis of the load cell between no--load and rated load conditions. ③ Drift A random change in output under constant load conditions.
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.
How to select the appropriate sensor When we provide sensing solutions, it is very important to choose the right products. There are so many kinds of sensors. Once the selection is not good, it will bring a lot of issues to the application.
A load cell is a sensor that converts force or weight into a measurable electrical output, the most common output signal is mV/V.
In Injection Moulding Machine, pressure transmitter and pressure control device installed in the mould inlet, make sure the product can be more stable, also prevent watste of material. Load cells and displacement sensors installed in the moving parts and fixation parts , offering high accuracy force and position measurement, to make sure high accuracy control, to prevent damage to equipment.
In press-fitting industry, parts are more and more using force-distance monitoring to guarantee product quality. It's an industrial trend in manufactory. Typically it has been widely used in automobile industry, significantly lower product cost, improve equipment availability, and greatly improve daily productivity.
Sensors have been widely used in the construction machinery industry. The sensor device can output various physical and chemical signals as electrical signals, such as gravity, temperature, sound, distance, etc., so that the staff can directly control or adjust the data detected by the sensor.