Force transducers from WIKA are manufactured using either bonded foil strain gauge or thin-film technology. Strain gauge force sensors offer a large geometrical variety and high accuracy, and are well suited for detecting even the smallest forces. The span of the measuring ranges stretches from 0.5 N to over 10,000 kN. Force transducers using thin-film technology are very cost-effective for special manufacture or OEM applications, and are ideal for safety-related applications due to their redundant output signals.

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What is a relative linearity deviation?

The relative linearity deviation indicates the magnitude of the maximum deviation of the characteristic line of a force transducer from the reference line (BFSL) determined with increasing force, with reference to the end value of the measuring range.

What is a storage temperature range?

The storage temperature range is the range in the ambient temperature in which the force transducer may be stored mechanically and electrically unloaded, without any significant changes in its metrological characteristics being detectable once the force transducer ... More

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