Load cells with electronic calibration

San Diego, Calif.— Hardy Instruments' new line of load point assemblies are designed to eliminate the effects of unwanted forces and provide exceptional accuracy. Each sensor is constructed of stainless steel and leak-tested to ensure hermetic glass-to-metal sealing. Available in capacities ranging from 44-200,000 lb, each load sensor is calibrated in both mV/V and mV/V/ohm.

10/01/1999


San Diego, Calif.— Hardy Instruments' new line of load point assemblies are designed to eliminate the effects of unwanted forces and provide exceptional accuracy. Each sensor is constructed of stainless steel and leak-tested to ensure hermetic glass-to-metal sealing. Available in capacities ranging from 44-200,000 lb, each load sensor is calibrated in both mV/V and mV/V/ohm. This allows for a load sensor to be changed in a system without having to recalibrate the system. Each load sensor features built-in C2, "Second Generation." Calibration for quick and easy electronic calibration without use of test weights, even when material is present in the vessel. Hardy Instruments





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