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How to choose the right tension sensor

  With the continuous introduction of large weighing instruments, the use of tension sensors is becoming more widespread. The unique advantage of the tension sensor is that it can be accurately weighed, so it is used in a large number on the hook scale or platform scale. The function selection of the tension sensor is simpler than the model selection, but it is still difficult to choose between different types. Next, we will introduce how to choose the right tension sensor.

  1. Select the sensor with the appropriate measuring range considering the weight of the measured object.

  No matter what type of weighing device has a clearly defined measuring range, this range is the key point of choice for tension sensors. Before purchasing the tension sensor, determine the two limits of the items that may be measured afterwards. It should be noted that the measurement range is not as large as possible. This range should not be too large and should not be too small. Only when the appropriate range is selected, the tension can be ensured. Normal use of the sensor.

  2. Select the sensor with the right level of accuracy

  The tension sensor displays different numbers of digits after the decimal point when measuring the weight. This is because the accuracy level of the sensor is different, and the number of decimal places required for different required measurement data is also different. In order to be able to obtain accurate data with a limited number of measurement tools to meet the requirements of most measurement users, it is necessary to select a tension sensor with the appropriate accuracy level or high level at the time of purchase.

  3. Select the sensor with the appropriate access voltage

  In order to increase the sales of the tension sensor, the sensor produced by the manufacturer begins to increase the range of the access voltage, so that the range of the use area can be expanded. When purchasing a tension sensor, it is necessary to determine the voltage of the area to be used. Only when a suitable tension sensor is selected, the weight of the item can be measured stably.

  In general, when selecting a tension sensor, it is necessary to consider whether the weight of the measured object is within a suitable measurement range, whether the accuracy level is appropriate, and whether the access voltage is appropriate. Of course, there are many points to consider in addition to these key factors to consider in choosing the right tension sensor, such as the price of the product and the sensitivity response.