Weather NOT Dependent with our Compact Submersible Tension and Compression Load Cells

DDEN submersible tension and compression load cell

  • Perfect for High Humidity Conditions
  • Ideal for Flood Risk Locations
  • Ultra Compact (Ø44mm x 65mm length)
  • Fully Submersible IP68 to 10m
  • Accuracy <±0.15%/Rated Capacity (0.05% typical)
  • Capacities 0-250N up to 0-50kN
  • Outputs: mV/V, 4-20mA, 0-10Vdc, 0-5Vdc, ±10Vdc
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Applied Measurements’ Submersible Load Cells fitted to the World’s Largest All-Terrain Hexapod

Applied Measurements provided the load cells needed to monitor the force on individual legs to stop the Mantis (the world’s largest hydraulic hexapod robot) walking into a situation that is hazardous to its overall stability. Assisted by Applied Measurements’ compact and submersible DSCC load cells, the Mantis successfully travels over all slopes and uneven surfaces, traversing most types of terrain, even wading through water.

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Submersible Subsea Load Cells Excel Under Pressure

With over 20 years experience designing and manufacturing submersible and subsea load cells, it’s no wonder Applied Measurements have sensors functioning worldwide, from a few metres below the surface to 10 kilometres underwater (depth or pressure equivalencies).  These submersible and subsea sensors operate precisely and reliably 24/7 in applications including underwater structure lifting systems, ROVs and offshore power generation. Many of our load cell designs are based on standard products with modifications to allow operation in underwater environments; O-ring seals, welded housings and moulded subsea connector assemblies ensure high integrity even at great depths.  The most common models are our CCD column type compression load cells; DBCL in-line tension and compression load cells (image shown), which cover higher capacities from […]

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Load Pins and Position Sensors used for Antarctic Research

Applied Measurements needed to design and manufacture a pair of custom load pins for the university that could compensate for temperatures as low as -30degC. The load pin also had a built in ICA4S amplifier that could give a 4-20mA output for them to use to monitor the drilling forces.

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