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Tension Force Transducer TRS series
Features:
  • measurement of stretching force until 10000 kgf
  • high accuracy
  • digital interface
  • one discrete input

The Tension Force Transducer TRS series provides measurement of stretching force until 10000 kgf.

Used for measurement of force in electronic control systems for construction machinery and rated capacity limiter systems on the lifting machines.

Ordering Code

    TRS 1000 P   1   1   1 2  
Model:
TRS — stretching
                                          Additional customer options:
0 — no options
1 — address change (digital interface)
2 — additional discrete input (digital interface)
Measurement range (kg)                                        
Signal output:
E — voltage signal
Т — current signal
Р — digital interface
                        Manner of fastening:
For measurement of force:
1 — connecting rod–bracket
2 — connecting rod–«stud-bolt M16 (left hand thread)»
Interface:
For digital interface:
1 — RBus
2 — CANopen
For current signal:
1 —  4–20 mA
2 —  0–20 mA
For voltage signal:
1 —  0,5–4,5 V
2 —  0–5 V
                    Electrical Connection:
0 — without connecting plug
1 — AMP Superseal 1.5 plug (4 pins)
2 — AMP Superseal 1.5 plug (2 pins)

Technical Data

Parameter Value
Measuring range 0 to 10000 kgf
Accuracy 1% FS typ.
Sensor deformation type stretching
Load limit  
  • overcapacity level
    150 %
    • overcapacity duration
      2 min
      Supply voltage 10 – 32 V
      Temperature range  
      • operation
        – 40 to +55 °C
        • storage
          – 50 to +65 °C
          Protection class (to IEC 14254-96) IP67
          Vibration resistance <50 m/sec2 (at 50…200 Hz)
          Impact resistance <150 m/sec2
          Dimensions  
          • to 1000 kgf
            250 × 80 × 50 mm
            Weight, approx  
            • to 1000 kgf
              <1,5 kg
              • to 1000–5000 kgf
                <3,2 kg
                • to 5000–10000 kgf
                  <5,0 kg

                  Dimensions [mm]

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