Low profile load cells are basically compression and tension/compression load cells. Mounting holes and female threads provide easy installation. Used frequently in weighing research and in-line force monitoring.
The LCHD is also available in metric configurations, with ranges from 0-2.5 to 0-10,000 kgf and metric threads. Please see the LCMHD for complete details, or contact our Pressure department for more information.
POPULAR OPTIONS(add as suffix) -5T ±5 Vdc Output (0 to 5 Vdc in either direction), add $175, ranges ?5000 lb -DUAL Dual Bridge, $250 ranges ?5000 lb; $350 ranges >5000 lb -TC1 Extended Temperature Range -50 to 200°F, $50 -TC2 Extended Temperature Range -50 to 325°F, $125 -OL Overload Stops - Consult factory
What is the smallest LCHD that is available with the -5T option? (+/- 5V output integral amplifier)
Asked by: my nickname
We can build all models with the amplified option. The least would 25 pounds.
Answered by: SAE DVJ
Date published: 2020-04-15
What is the maximum allowable torque due to side load on the load cell, while measuring compression load?
Asked by: James1234
It sounds like what you are looking for is the maximum allowable bending moment due to a side load. Although it may vary depending on the load cell capacity most ranges should be able to handle 25% of capacity in inch pounds. For example, a LCHD-2k, with a capacity of 2000 pounds, would be able to withstand a bending moment of 500 inch pounds. I hope this answers your question but if not I would suggest that you call and speak directly with one of the engineers in the Pressure and Strain department.
Answered by: Application Engineer RF
Date published: 2019-11-13
How to set up LCHD for compression?
Asked by: Jefferson
Thank you for the question?
Please review some of the articles or videos from the site.
These we have found to be very helpful to understand this subject.
Answered by: application engineer je
Date published: 2019-07-01
Can I operate the load cell in a vacuum?
Asked by: Garett
Hi, you cannot use the LCHD series load cells in vacuum due to out-gassing issues. We nonetheless, can customize the load cell by drilling a hole through the body till the region where strain gauges are adhered and vacuum the air inside the load cell. You must then be able to use it. This will be a custom part. If you would like please provide the load range and email our Tech Support engineer back for a quote. Thanks.