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October 10, 2012 - Constructed of stainless steel with through-hole design, Series MIN845 is available in ranges from 2,500–125,000 lb. Bonded foil strain gauge force sensors provide BFSL accuracy of 2.0% and mV/V output as standard. Fully welded and shock- and vibration-resistant, units are supplied with set of top and bottom washers to ensure even loading. Load cells can be mated with in-line and DIN rail-mount signal conditioners to provide current or voltage outputs.

Stellar Technology, Inc.

237 Commerce Dr., Amherst, NY, 14228, USA

Original Press Release

New Model MIN845 Miniature Load Cell

Press release date: October 1, 2012

(Amherst, NY) Stellar Technology introduces the new Series MIN845 miniature compression load washer/load cell. An ideal solution for a variety of applications such as fastener testing, the MIN845 is fully welded, shock and vibration resistant, and constructed of stainless steel for reliable service in rugged environments. The versatile through-hole design is available in a wide selection of both standard and special outside and inside diameters.

These bonded foil strain gage force sensors are offered in ranges from 2,500lbs to 125,000lbs. The BFSL accuracy is 2.0% and mV/V output is standard. The unit can be mated with Stellar Technology’s in-line and DIN-rail mount signal conditioners to provide current or voltage outputs.

All MIN845 load cells are supplied with a set of top and bottom washers to ensure even loading and reliable performance. Each unit is shipped with a 5 point calibration record traceable to NIST as standard.

MIN845 is available now with prices starting at $460. Contact Stellar Technology Inc. 237 Commerce Drive, Amherst, New York 14228. 716-250-1900. www.stellartech.com

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