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The new 9323AAA compact force sensor from Kistler: the key to measuring extremely small forces of under 5 N. This sensor guarantees reliable processing of the very smallest parts. (Image: Kistler Group)
The new 9323AAA compact force sensor from Kistler: the key to measuring extremely small forces of under 5 N. This sensor guarantees reliable processing of the very smallest parts. (Image: Kistler Group)

Kistler launched the 9323AAA, a new sensor engineered to measure very small forces. The main new feature is a newly developed, highly sensitive crystal which guarantees extremely precise measuring results. This makes the 9323AAA ideal for use in challenging industrial environments. This force sensor offers an excellent solution for calibrating force sensors installed in production machinery.

Far higher sensitivity thanks to new quartz

With sensitivity of -32 pC/N, the 9323AAA can accurately measure forces of less than 5 N. To achieve this, the measurement technology experts at Kistler have developed a new crystal. Kistler grows these crystals itself at its Winterthur headquarters, and they are installed in the tried-and-tested sensor cases of the 9323 product family. This gives the new sensor many of the same benefits as the established models, including proven insensitivity to lateral load and bending moment influences.

Posted on June 19, 2020 - (891 views)
Kistler Instrumente AG
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8408 Winterthur - Switzerland
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