This design allows Measurement Specialties, Inc. to manufacture extremely small sensors without sacrificing thermal zero and sensitivity performance. The XFL212R measures strain during compression in static and dynamic applications. Unlike sensors with flat force application surfaces, the XFL212R incorporates a spherical load button, which assures more precise loading and in return more accurate measurements.
The sensing element is fitted with a fully temperature compensated Wheatstone bridge equipped with high stability micro-machined silicon strain gages. The use of silicon strain gages optimizes its performance at low ranges and frequencies. The sensor is available in aluminum alloy or stainless steel, depending on the full scale range and can withstand considerable overloads.
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