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Bearing Load Cells

Photonics Spectra
Jun 2010
Sherborne Sensors Inc.Request Info
 
The SS6000 series from Sherborne Sensors is a range of shear strain gauge load cells that directly integrate with new or existing roll bearing systems for high-precision force measurements in web tension applications. The design incorporates precision transducer-quality bonded strain gauges as its primary transduction element to ensure reliability and to facilitate integration with closed-loop tension control systems. The transducers are compensated for the effects of temperature on zero output and sensitivity, with minimal deflection and high resonant frequency, ensuring rapid response to tension changes. Sensors are machined from stainless steel for high resistance to shock, overload and corrosion, and are offered in ranges from ±2000 to ±5000 kg, with 2-mV/V output.


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GLOSSARY
deflection
Any bending of a wave of radiation away from its expected path, as, for example, by diffraction or by a magnetic field.
transducer
1. An instrument that can convert energy from one form to another; e.g., a photodetector that converts modulated light waves to electrical currents. 2. A device that enables energy to flow from one transmission system to another.
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