This load sensor, sometimes called a strain gauge, is the same one found in digital bathroom scales (you know, the ones you use in January for your New Year’s resolutions, and then forget about a month later). This sensor can measure up to about 110 pounds.
- Size: approx.34*34mm
- Widely used in weight scales.
- When measuring, the correct force is applied to the outer side of the strain E-shaped beam portion of the sensor (i.e., a strain gauge affixed to the middle, with a beam of white plastic cover arm) and the outside edges to form a shear force in the opposite direction, i.e., in the middle of strain beam bending necessary changes can occur under stress, strain beam side by another force can not have a barrier.