PF LBP E2Q 3 Poundful Load Cell Amplifier Circuit / transmitter
Features of PF LBP E2Q 3 Poundful Load Cell Amplifier Circuit / transmitter :
• PF LBP E2Q 3 Load Cell Amplifier Circuit is Field-rangeable. Wide switchable exciting voltages 5~12V,
Wide switchable input ranges 3mV to 90mV
Wide switchable output ranges over 20 standard process ranges
• Input offset 85%, input gain 165%
• Accuracy 0.1% F.S.
• Input/output isolation 1.6KVdc
- No: PF1312k0965
- EXC: 10V
- Input: Input: DC 0~8 mV
- Output: DC 4~20mA
- Power: 24VDC
- Accuracy : 0.1% F.S (23±5°C)
- Output ripple (p-p) : <0.1% F.S.
- Temp. coefficient : 100ppm/°C (0-50°C)
- Dielectric strength : 1.5KVac / 1min. (power/input / output)
- Output drive capability : ≤10mA for voltage mode
- ≤10V for current mode
- Response time : ≤250 ms (0-90%)
- Operating condition : 0~55°C (20 to 95% RH non-condensed)
- Storage condition : 0~70°C (20 to 95% RH non-condensed)
- Construction : Socket/plug-in type with barrier terminals
A load cell is a type of transducer, specifically a force transducer. They convert a force such as tension, compression, pressure, or torque into an electrical signal that can be measured and standardized. As the force applied to the load cell increases, the electrical signal changes proportionally. The most common types of load cell used are hydraulic, pneumatic, and strain gauge.
Whether being used for closed loop feedback, automation and assembly lines, stamping or other industrial applications, load cells provide accurate measurement of a load and convert tension or force into a proportional electrical signal. High quality load cells are designed to handle extremely high overloads without damage to the unit.
Once the load cell measures the load or force, a load cell amplifier is then used for signal conditioning so the signal can be amplified and converted into an output value. The output value is used by brakes, clutches and drives to determine an accurate speed and torque for operation. In turn, speed and torque control can easily be achieved throughout the production process.
Without a load cell amplifier, the signal from the load cell may be too weak to read. The amplifier simply “amplifies” the signal so it can be read and used wherever and however needed.