Tension load cell AF2


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Tension load cells for hoppers weighing, strength of linkage levers, and weigh scales, suspended weighing with ropes and rods etc.

Tension load cell


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Technical Specifications

MaterialSteel
Nominal load750, 1000, 1500, 2000, 2500 kg
Limit load150 % F.S.
Breaking load300 % F.S.
Supply voltageVcc 15 Max
Output2 mV/V
Output tollerance0,1 % F.S.
Zero tollerance1 % F.S.
Linearity0,03 % F.S.
Hysteresis0,03 % F.S.
Reapeatability0,03 % F.S.
Input resistance380-386 ohm
Output resistance350-353 ohm
Insulation resistance>= 2000 Mohm
Creep (30 Minutes)0,03 % F.S.
Thermal compensation-10 / +40C (14 / +104F)
Operating temperature-20 / +70C (-4 / +158F)
Temperature deviation zero0,003 % F.S. / C
Temperature deviation full scale0,002 % F.S. / C
Protection classIP 67
Standard cable length5 m 4 x 0,25 (shield not connected to the load cell body)
For the complete and latest technical specifications, please refer to the technical data sheet which can be downloaded here:
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Connections

TypeSHIELDED CABLE 4C R5 PUR 4X0,25
Length5 m (body lead cell not connected shield)
Red+ IN
Black- IN
Green+ OUT
White- OUT
Connections  Tension load cell AF2

MOUNTING OF THE LOAD CELL

General precautions to be followed in the installation and assembly of load cells:

  • Follow the direction of application of force on the load cell
  • Do not exceed the limits of the temperature as indicated in the data sheet
  • Do not remove labels from the load cell
  • Adequately protect the cables with sleeves or channels
  • Carry out on each load cell a ground connection with suitable cable, shunt on mounting accessories
  • Do not carry out any welding on the mechanical structure after mounting the load cell
  • Avoid or reduce to a minimum level any mechanical constraints between the rigid structure and the weighing structure to avoid error in weighing and return to zero
  • In case of vibration or dynamic loads product the load cells with puffers / shock absorbers
  • Protect load cell from any dust accumulation with any appropriate means