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We have the pleasure to introduce ourselves as one of the leading manufacturers and exporters of the Load cell, torque meter, force gauge and indicators.
We have exported load cells and indicators since established in 1989.
We have factory in Chung-Buk, Korea and we have 30 staff.
Our specialty is load cells, torque sensor, force gauge, digital indicator, etc.
We can produce and supply the Load Cell of 30 models/10g~1,000ton.
Our company is exporting to 40 countries including UK ,Turkey , Spain , PHILIPPINES, etc .
If you need any further information or any other developed items you may want, please refer to our homepage : www.dacell.com
We are always ready to our best for your successful business with our goods even in small quantity.3
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4 Factors that Could Be Affecting the Accuracy of Your Load Cell & Torque Sensors
Date: September 13, 2020 3:00 PM
End: September 16, 2020 2:59 PM
Well, there are a number of reasons as to why your load cell & torque sensors are not providing the high level of accuracy that you would expect, with each of them being listed below.
The Accuracy of the Load Cell & Torque Sensors
The very first thing you should be doing when you are chasing accurate weighing accuracy is to select a top quality load cell & torque sensors manufacturer. While all load cell manufacturers will proclaim that their products offer high levels of accuracy, only the top brands such as the South Korean brand called Dacell will usually be able to deliver the best accuracy.
Dacell are industry leaders of load cells, torque sensors, and digital indicators that are known for their high levels of accuracy. Their MC15(6) 6-axis load cell for example offers the ability to measure forces and torque in three different directions at the same time.
A good load cell and its torque sensors will generally have good response times (how quickly they give an accurate reading), will not react to much to temperature changes in the environment, will not suffer with creep (a change in the load reading after 2-3 minutes of being stationary), and will have very low ‘nonrepeatability’ (differences in the readings for the same load after repeated loadings).
Factors with the Load
The accuracy of a load cell & indicator reading can be affected by how the load is placed on the weighing system. To ensure an accurate reading, the load has to be applied to each load cell properly and as specified by the load cell manufacturer.
If a load has been applied poorly, such as the load being twisted, the load cell and weighing system will only throw up inaccurate results. To ensure complete accuracy when weighing a load, the load has to be placed in such a way that the load cells are supporting all of the loads weight proportionally.
Another reason as to why accuracy might be affected on a load cell & torque sensor is the many outside forces that could be slightly altering the weight force. Wind, shock loading, vibration, and changes in temperature can all have an effect on the true accuracy of a reading.
A cross-wind can have an effect that the load feels lighter than it actually is while shock loading is the process of putting on more load weight than what the weight capacity of the load cells are. Vibrations from other nearby machines can also cause fluctuations in a loads weight whilst temperature changes in the environment can cause materials in the load to either expand or contract.
The final way in which the accuracy of the weight of a load could be affected is through interference with the signal transmission. The load cell electrical signal can be suffer with interference from radio frequencies, electromechanical interference, and even moisture in the air can cause interference to the electrical signal.
So in order to ensure that your load cell & torque sensors are as accurate as possible; you should be well aware of just what could affect that accuracy and put measures in place to prevent those occurrences from happening. Simply use the best manufacturers of load cells & torque sensors such as Dacell or other leading brands, load them correctly, ensure that outside forces are limited, and that there is little chance of signal interference.