Force transducers made from aluminum alloy and can be equipped with analog or digital outputs. The transducers operate on the strain gauge principle and include a built-in amplifier or an analogue to digital converter.

The CT1 force transducers measure static and dynamic forces in various industrial and engineering applications. The CT1 force transducers have digital (RS232/485, USB 2.0, Ethernet interfaces) and analogue (5 V, 10 V, 4 … 20 mA) outputs. Transducers can be connected to a PC, a microcontroller or to a computer network directly.
The CT2 digital force transducers measure static and dynamic forces in various industrial and engineering applications. The CT2 force transducers can have digital (RS232/485, USB 2.0 or Ethernet interfaces) and analogue (5 V, 10 V, 4 … 20 mA) outputs. Transducers can be connected to a PC, microcontroller or to a computer network directly. The appropriate software is in the scope of supply.
The digital force transducers of the CT3 series are made of the alloy or stainless steel. They are tensile/compressive force transducers and can be used in different fields of the engineering and industry. The CT3 force transducers can have the digital interface (RS232, RS485, USB2.0, Ethernet), analogue interface (5 V, 10 V, 4 … 20 mA) and frequency output (10 kHz ± 5 kHz, 60 kHz ± 30 kHz). The transducers can be connected to a PC, a microcontroller or a computer network directly.
The digital force transducers of the CT4 series are made of the alloy or stainless steel. They are tensile/compressive force transducers and can be used in different fields of the engineering and industry.
The digital compressive force transducers of the CT5 series can be used in different fields of the engineering and industry. The CT5 force transducers have both the digital interface (RS232, RS485, USB 2.0) and the analogue interface (0 …5 V, 0 …10 V, 4 … 20 mA). The CT5 can be connected to a PC, a microcontroller or a computer network directly.
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