Pressure sensors for measuring pressure, absolute pressure and differential pressure, strain gauges, load cells, pressure switches, manometer gauges, pressure calibrators, panel meters, process monitors, data loggers, displacement sensors, I/P converters…

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Digital Force GaugeDigital Force Gauge

Digital Force Gauge

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€ 333 excl. VAT
Accuracy ±0.2%. Compact, lightweight, and easy to carry with the included carrying case. Data memory function can log up to 99 groups of…
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Handheld Smart ManometerHandheld Smart Manometer

Handheld Smart Manometer

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High Accuracy, ±0.025%. 6 digit Display Resolution, with Selectable Engineering Units. Leak Test Function and Relief Valve Test Function.…
Pressure Transducers and Transmitters

Pressure Transducers and Transmitters

A pressure transducer, often called a pressure transmitter, is a sensor that converts pressure into an analog electrical signal. Although there are various types of transducers, one of the most common is the strain-gage wheatstone bridge pressure transducer.

The conversion of pressure into an electrical signal is achieved by the physical deformation of strain gages which are bonded into the diaphragm of the pressure transducer and wired into a wheatstone bridge configuration. Pressure applied to the transducer produces a deflection of the diaphragm which introduces strain to the gages. The strain will produce an electrical resistance change proportional to the pressure...


Introduction to Load Cells

Introduction to Load Cells

A load cell (or loadcell) is a transducer which converts force into a measurable electrical output. Although there are many varieties of force sensors, strain gauge load cells are the most commonly used type.

Except for certain laboratories where precision mechanical balances are still used, strain gauge load cells dominate the weighing industry. Pneumatic load cells are sometimes used where intrinsic safety and hygiene are desired, and hydraulic load cells are considered in remote locations, as they do not require a power supply...