Tension load cell for mast and hook weight up to 40,000 lb

The tecsis LP's Model XLRW load cell is an inline load cell that monitors mast and hook weight up to 40,000 lb with an accuracy of ±0.50% FSO and is engineered for heavy duty use with reliable bonded foil strain gage sensing elements.

06/13/2014


tecsis LP's Model XLRW load cell is an inline load cell that monitors mast and hook weight up to 40,000 lbs with an accuracy of ±0.50% FSO and is engineered for heavy duty use with reliable bonded foil strain gage sensing elements. Courtesy: tecsis LPtecsis LP's Model XLRW load cell is an inline load cell with an integral tongue and yoke shackle design designed for the oil & gas industry. This unit monitors mast and hook weight up to 40,000 lb with an accuracy of ±0.50% FSO and is created to measure tension loads in wireline and slickline applications including well intervention, well logging, and tool retrieval.

The all-welded stainless steel Model XLRW load cell is engineered for heavy-duty use with reliable bonded foil strain gage sensing elements and a field-replaceable amplifier. The unit operates on ±15 V dc excitation and is available with analog 1.5 V dc or digital RS485 output. Operating temperature is -65 F to +250 F, compensated from -20 F to +140 F.

Electrical termination is a hermetic, bayonet-style 8-pin connector, with alternative electrical connections available for integration into new or existing systems. 

tecsis LP

www.tecsis.us 

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