Posted on September 30, 2010 - ( views)
The press force sensor Type 9393A from Kistler measures dynamic as well as quasistatic forces. Supplied as a preloaded and calibrated unit, its measuring range is 0 … 700 kN, 0 … 70 kN and 0 … 7 kN. The sensor has a diameter of 145 mm, a height of 190 mm and has flange connections on both ends. Its symmetrical shape allows for mounting in connecting rods or the installation on the press plunger. Its constant measuring accuracy over an extensive load range allows one sensor to be used for a wide spectrum of forces. This press force sensor comes in six sizes with various dimensions and seven measuring ranges.
Edited by: Filip Burm
For electric and combustion engines
For use in harsh test environments
For vehicle dynamics testing
Single axis and triaxial models
Operates to 6,000 bar
For plastics injection molding
offers high sensitivity to size ratio
Operate at temperatures up to 450°C
with wide mounting flexibility
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