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Variable Force Transducer, BSL

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Variable Force Transducer, BSL
Part #: SS12LA

The Variable Range Force Transducer incorporates a unique design that allows the transducer to cover a wide range of forces. This makes it ideal for covering a wide variety of applications. Forces are transmitted back to the beam via a lever arm to insure accurate force measurements. The lever arm has a number of attachment points, each location covering a different range. Change the range of the force transducer from 50 g to 1000 g. This allows you to use the same transducer for very fine in-vitro tissue bath work and also larger in-vivo applications.

The beam and lever arm are mounted in a sealed aluminum enclosure which includes a 9.5 mm diameter mounting rod for holding the transducer in a large variety of orientations.

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Subcategories: Force - Education, Force - Research

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