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Reference force sensor XCR-171

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For reference measurements with a force indicator (e.g. X-315) 0 158 x 150 mm,    0 175 x 150 mm, Characteristics • Solid steel housing • Encapsulated design with IP65 protection • Easy to handle with carrying handles • Individual measuring ranges on request • Planparallel ring areas Application Connected to a display device, the heavy-load force sensor is ideally suited to perform reference measurements: • Measurement of the maximum pressing force (peak value measurement) • Calibration of strain sensors for indirect force measurements • Reference measurement of pressing force • Calibration of the press closing force • Verification of the load distribution at large platforms The XCR-171 force transducer is suitable for reference force measurements in applications where high accuracy and a high robustness against side loads are required. The load cells can be delivered with a calibration certificate. These load sensors are based on proven strain gauge technology and deliver a linear signal proportional to the applied pressure force. Due to the robust construction of the force transducer and the two carrying handles, these force transducers are particularly suitable for reference measurements of press forces.

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Heavy-load force sensor XCR-171

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Electrical data Ordering code Detailed order information on page 2. Heavy-load force sensor XCR-171

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Ordering code Heavy-load force sensor XCR-171

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Zero reset / adjustment The zero adjustment at the force sensors with DMS bridge output signal (mV/V) is done at the subsequent amplifier. X-Sensors offers two different types of amplifiers: One for static applications and one for dynamic applications. For dynamic applications, a digital input for automatic zero-point adjustments is offered. For static applications, the zero point can be adjusted manually by DIP switches and by a potentiometer for fine tuning. Further information concerning the zero-point adjustment can be found in the data sheet of the measurement amplifiers X-201 from...

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