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fast transmitter for load cells

fast transmitter for load cells

fast transmitter for load cells

(OP)
Hello everybody

can anybody suggest a 4-20mA transmitter for strain-gauge sensor, with response time 1ms or below?

thks
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RE: fast transmitter for load cells

Where specifically have you looked?  Are there any other requirements, i.e. size, space, price, etc?

RE: fast transmitter for load cells

SG usually needs fairly high gain so a wide bandwidth
may be too noisy. Could you tell us more about your application ?

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RE: fast transmitter for load cells

(OP)
the load cell is used to monitor the force applied by a hydaulic cylinder to the mould oscillator of a continuous casting machine. The load cell will be acquired by a system sampling at 1KHz. The transmitter should be for field mounting, if possible.

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