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  • Introduction to Load Cells
    are considered in remote locations, as they do not require a power supply. Strain gage load cells offer accuracies from within 0.03% to 0.25% full scale and are suitable for almost all industrial applications.
  • MICRO: Products
    plate and calibration adaptor, the Model 48 ensures high repeatability when used in a test frame. The load cell is calibrated and traceable to NIST, making it suitable for most high-accuracy applications, including in metrology processes and as a reference standard for calibrating other load cells
  • Application Note: Surgical Stapler
    A large medical manufacturer required a load button load cell for verification of the manual forces needed to activate their surgical stapler. In additional to measuring force to a very precise degree, the cell also needed to be relatively small, easy to mount, and provide reliable accuracy. Learn
  • Compact slide helps "board breaker " squeeze into cramped quarters
    . The slides carry higher loads than ball slides of equal size. The crossed roller slides also provide accuracy of 0.0001 in./in. of travel, and repeatability of 0.0001 in. to meet the accuracy requirements of the application. A four-position walking beam conveyor indexes the four-up columns from the first
  • Plug-and-Play Extra Axis Gets Robots Moving
    and an embedded cell controller for accuracy. The first robot loads parts in one machine while the second robot moves parts between machines. Creative Automation needed a way to easily and quickly move the robots away from the line for maintenance or troubleshooting. Creative Automation engineers had visited
  • Glossary
    Conversion of continuously varying (analog) voltage levels to discrete binary-numbered (digital) values (e.g., a load cell output can be fed through an A/D convertor to produce a continuous stream of digitized information and sent to a digital indicator). Precision in the measurement of quantities
  • Scale Glossary
    Conversion of continuously varying (analog) voltage levels to discrete binary-numbered (digital) values (e.g., a load cell output can be fed through an A/D convertor to produce a continuous stream of digitized information and sent to a digital indicator). Precision in the measurement of quantities
  • Measuring Low Value Resistance / Impedance
    A broad range of systems include components with very low resistance/impedance values such as current meters, force measurement devices, temperature sensors, battery/fuel cells, etc. Such impedance values can be in the range of 0.001 ohm to 0.1 ohm (maybe even smaller). In many cases

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