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DLRx Load Cells - Precise Force Measurement
Product News Tuesday, December 14, 2010: Baumer Limited
- High precision and positioning accuracy thanks to very small amount of distortion
- Very low temperature effect of only
- Extended ambient temperature range of -30 °C to +100 °C
- Ready calibrated, allowing for shorter cycle times
With the high-precision load cells of the DLRx series, Baumer offers sensors with passive temperature compensation for direct force measurement which boast a very low temperature effect of only
Their high precision and positioning accuracy is supported by their very small amount of distortion. Complying with protection class IP67, they are suitable for use in the packaging industry, mechanical engineering, and many other industrial applications. The sensors cover measuring ranges from 0…+/- 500 kN with a combined error of only
DLRx load cells are designed for use with an extended ambient temperature range of -30 °C to +100 °C. Their compensated temperature range is -10 °C to +55 °C. Due to their compact and cost-saving design, DLRx load cells provide a high price/performance ratio and simple, cost-efficient installation. 4…20 mA, +/- 10 V, and mv/V (passive) output signals can be selected. The sensors can quickly installed thanks to their small amounts of mechanical settling and warm-up drift. All sensors of the DLRx series come ready calibrated, saving users the trouble of adjusting the installation, which in turn makes shorter cycle times possible. A low-noise passive bridge amplifier with an analogue signal path and a high limit frequency of 1 kHz is surface-mounted to every DLRx sensor.
With their reliability and long-term stability, the sensors of the DLRx series are suitable for static and dynamic force measurement. Their large range of applications includes all-electric injection moulding machines in the plastics industry and engine test stands as well as applications in vehicle construction and cranes.