The miniature size facilitates testing where space is at a premium. 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 the load cell’s performance at low ranges and frequencies.
A strain relief spring strengthens the cable output. With two female threads, the XFTC321 is easily installed in industrial or OEM applications.
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