Ring-Style Force Sensors from Dytran Instruments

Ring-Style Force Sensors from Dytran Instruments
Dytran Instruments Inc.

The 1210C Series of ring-style charge-output force sensors from Dytran Instruments Inc., Chatsworth, CA, can be preloaded and used as force links for tension and compression measurements. The sensors resemble washers and are designed to measure rapid or slowly changing dynamic forces in machines and in other applications. The sensors can measure vibratory compressive forces over a wide frequency range, pulsing forces from punch and forming presses, and other repetitive force applications. Seven measuring ranges are available from 5000 lbf. to 100,000 lbf. with –18 pC/lbf. sensitivity (nominal). O.D.s are from 0.65–2.95 in. and i.d. ranges from 0.26–1.61 in. Sensors have a throughhole mount, 10-32 axial connector, a hermetic seal, and SS construction.

Contact Info

Company: Dytran Instruments Inc.
Country: United States (USA)
Phone number: 818-700-7818
Fax: 818-700-7880

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