FUTEK Advanced Sensor Technology, Inc. (USA) – FUTEC has developed a miniature 2.0 S-Beam force transducer LSB205 Jr. This miniature S-Beam load cell has a load capacity from 1 to 100 pounds and is designed for use in tension and compression lines.
The LSB205 is equipped with an integrated IEEE 1451.4 TEDS chip for easy configuration and calibration of the sensor with the electronics. This unique miniature charging cell also includes the PT-1000 temperature sensor, which allows you to track temperature changes in your applications.
- Removable 7-pin FUTEK container
- Folded and heat-treated stainless steel construction
- Low weight, miniature size
- Shock and vibration resistance
- Integrated overload protection
This innovative load cell also features increased fatigue strength, increased resistance to off-axis loads and a quick-disconnect design to reduce cable breakage and tearing. In addition, the cable can be slightly adjusted to allow for non-standard lengths.
FUTEK Advanced Sensor Technology, Inc. is a U.S. manufacturer of load cells, torque sensors, pressure sensors, multi-axis sensors and related instruments and software. FUTEK is based in Southern California and has built a reputation for quality testing and measuring instruments. As a source of sensor solutions, FUTEK supplies test and measurement products to many industries, including the medical sector, robotics and aerospace.
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