Subminiature Button Load Cell | CDF

Tiny, Accurate and Robust Compression Measuring only 8mm in Height!

CDF Subminiature Button Load Cell
3D
Lead Time
2 - 3 weeks
Prices From
£304
Accelerated delivery available
Customizable
Quantity, OEM & educational discounts
3D CAD models available

At a Glance

  • Capacities: 0-500N up to 0-2000N
  • Output: 1.5mV/V nominal
  • Environmental Protection: IP65
  • Accuracy: <±0.5%/RC
  • Integral Load Button
  • Very Compact – At Ø15mm x 8mm height it easily fits into the smallest of spaces.
  • Save on Installation Time – Ideal for retrofitting into existing designs.
  • Optimum Performance Guaranteed – With its integral load button.
  • Ideal for Compression Measurement with Limited Space.

Description

The CDF subminiature button load cell is designed for compression measurement applications where the absolute minimum of space is available for transducer mounting.

With capacities from 500N to 2000N available measuring just 15mm in diameter and 8mm in overall height, the CDF is the smallest standard button load cell that we offer, however we can create smaller customised versions if required.  If you need to measure lower or higher forces, the CDFM3 miniature button load cell is available in capacities from 0-100N right up 0-20kN and is slightly larger at 30mm diameter and 12mm in height.

The CDF subminiature button load cell is ideal for retro-fitment into industrial machines and process systems for monitoring and control purposes, or for incorporation into new machine designs.

Contact our expert sales team to check price and availability on the sensor you require, or call us on +44 (0) 1189 817339

Product Dimensions

CDF Subminiature Button Load Cell Outline Drawing

Published Sensor Application Articles

Below is a published sensor application paper that shows you how the CDF subminiature button load cell could be used in a specific application.  See our published sensor application articles page for many more.

The Role of Power Fluctuations in the Preference of Diagonal vs. Double Poling Sub-Technique at Different Incline-Speed Combinations in Elite Cross-Country Skiers

By Christine Dahl, Øyvind Sandbakk, Jørgen Danielsen and Gertjan Ettema, Centre for Elite Sports Research, Department of Neuromedicine and Movement Science, Faculty of Medicine, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Trondheim, Norway. Front. Physiol., 21 February 2017. Available under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International license.

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CAD Model Files

Our 3D models are provided in STEP format and can be viewed using FreeCAD. Other formats can be provided on request.

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