Permanently Submersible Load Cell Promises Accuracy Underwater

DBBSUB Permanently Submersible Load Cell
The new DBBSUB s-beam permanently submersible load cell is guaranteed to measure tension and compression in continuous submersion in potable water to depths of up to 10 metres / 1 bar. It has a glass-to-metal seal construction providing a complete hermetic sealing guaranteeing its safe performance in highly aggressive environments, whilst still maintaining its high ±0.02 % accuracy.

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Creating 1000 Times More Power with Submersible Load Measuring Pins

The measuring device needed to withstand permanent underwater submersion. “Our load measuring pin’s stainless steel construction and ability to be customised to IP68 submersion rating made this the ideal choice for use in Deep Green’s control system”, explains Ollie Morcom, Applied Measurements’ Sales Director.

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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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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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