We supply the load cells with dual output feature where one output controls the test stand/process, and the other output for data recording. These are Fatigue-rated load cells designed with high durability and are guaranteed to last 100 million fully reversed cycles (full tension through full compression). Most often it can be used in aerospace and defense testing applications like Airframe Structural Testing, Rocket Thrust, Landing Gear Testing, Fatigue Testing, Material Testing, Process Monitoring etc.
Canister style load cells have low mass (less than one lb.) and low capacity (25 to 300 lbs). They also include a built-in mounting base for a simplified installation in both tension and compression applications. This type of load cell is used for applications such as opening and closing car doors, auto component tests, trunk doors, and switch test stands.
Low profile load cells or pancake load cells offered by us are extremely durable, accurate and resistant to large extraneous shear and moment loads. Hence versatile to measure load parameter in applications like static material testing, structural testing, component life cycle testing, bumper impact testing, seat structure testing, crash barriers, vehicle road load simulators, lifecycle testing on hip and knee etc. It includes best-in-class 2-year warranty. Load cells are temperature, pressure and moment compensated.
We provide versatile, durable and fatigue resistant rod-end load cells. Rod end load cells are a good choice for durability and reliability testing, in-vehicle load measurements, test rigs, and in-line test and weighing applications– especially for testing in small spaces, like in-line with vehicle tie rods, and instances where sensitivity to side loading needs to be minimized. The proprietary design with sphere and clevis style model is effective and optimal for off-axis/side loading applications due to their excellent bending strength.
Charge mode output accelerometers use piezo-ceramic sensing elements that output an electrostatic charge signal proportional to the applied acceleration. These sensors can operate at extremely high temperatures because they do not contain the built-in signal conditioning electronics that limit the temperature range of ICP® accelerometers. Charge mode sensors are used in the testing of gas and steam turbines, jet engines, high power motors, exhaust systems and automobile engines where temperatures can range from 500 °F (260 °C) to 1200 °F (649 °C).
Fatigue Rated Low Profile
MEMS DC response sensors are used to measure low frequency motion down to zero hertz. These accelerometers are used in applications such as structural monitoring, aerospace vibration testing, driveability and gravitational force measurements. Each series includes a full scale measurement range from ± 2g to ± 200g and features low spectral noise with high resolution.
Piezoelectric ICP® accelerometers afford a very high signal output (+/- 5 volts full scale) and the ease of two-wire electrical connectivity. Their inherent ruggedness enables them to be severely over ranged without damage. The addition of internal mechanical isolation minimizes the high frequency stress that would otherwise be encountered by their ceramic sensing elements. This mechanical isolation, coupled with an internal 2-pole electrical filter, built into the ICP® circuitry, tailors the overall accelerometer response to assure data quality to frequencies as high as 10 kHz. Depending on the specific model, accelerations in excess of 50 kg can be successfully measured. These modern designs, with their internal elastomeric isolation materials are verified through calibration to remain dynamically linear and are enabling piezoelectric accelerometers to operate in increasingly severe acceleration environments.