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SEN-03-FSG1 Force/displacement transducer


  • For isolated tissue baths
  • Isotonic, auxotonic and isometric applications
  • Vertical option: SEN-03-1x
  • Horizontal option: SEN-03-2x
  • Based on strain gauge
  • High sensitivity
  • No temperature drift
Specifications
Output resistance: 400Ω
Supply voltage: max. 7V DC
Suggested supply voltage: 4 V DC

Diameter: 22 mm
Length: 75 mm
Weight: 220g
Arm’s maximal deviation: ±10 mm
Linearity without pretension: 1% below
94% of maximal deviation: 3% above

Force ranges:
SEN-03-x1
3 g
SEN-03-x2
20 g
SEN-03-x3
50 g
SEN-03-x4
100 g
Force range ±3g  ±20g ±50g ±100g
Displacement ±3.3 µm/g ± 500 µm/g  ±200 µm/g  ±100 µm/g
Sensitivity ±2 µV/g ±500 µV/g ±200 µV/g ±100 µV/g
Frequency    0-120 Hz
0-120 Hz 
0-120 Hz
0-120 Hz
SEN-03-x5
200 g
SEN-03-x6
300 g
SEN-03-x7
500 g
SEN-03-x8
1000 g
Force range ±200g ±300g ±500g  ±1000g
Displacement ±50 µm/g  ±33 µm/g  ±20 µm/g  ±10 µm/g
Sensitivity  ±50 µV/g ±33 µV/g ±20 µV/g  ± 10 µV/g
Frequency  0-80 Hz  0-80 Hz  0-80 Hz  0-80 Hz
                             
o    Force range: this is the maximum range, the leverage of the sensors can be loaded
o    Displacement: this value shows, how much the leverage of the sensors moves when we load it with 1 g
o    Sensitivity: this value shows the voltage change of the sensor proportional to 1g

Three measuring modes are used in practice:
1.    Isotonic: the displacement of the leverage is 1 mm or more.
2.    Auxotonic: the displacement of the leverage can be between 1mm and 50µm.
3.    Isometric: the displacement of leverage is less than 500µm.

We kindly call your attention to the following: In case the users to visualize the force factor emphasized in their measurement, the displacement of the leverage on the sensor must be adjusted to the possible smallest one.

Above given description is demonstrated through the following sample:
o    e.g. we would like to measure forces ranging between 10mg-100mg isometrically.
o    the SEN-03-x3/50g sensor should be chosen.
o    the sensor would move 2µm in response to 10mg and it provides 2µV value.
o    in case we amplify this with the help of the CRS-SG bridge amplifier by ×50 000, we will receive a signal of 100 µV.
 
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