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We understand that the sensor industry may be considered uncharted territory for quite a few of you. In fact, we are constantly learning more and more about the industry as we dive into new challenges each day. But over the past two decades, we have attained a great deal of knowledge, much of which we share with you in various locations throughout the website. So here is a diagram that skips you having to shift through all our pages and brings all our knowledge straight to you.
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Two weeks ago, our Director of Engineering, Richard Walker, led an hour-long discussion on FUTEK’s development of custom load cells and torque sensors. Now this topic may seem quite elementary by plain view; however, what Richard offered during this webinar became priceless insight on what to expect in regards to any custom engineered project.
This form of transparency is an engraved part of FUTEK’s culture, as exhibited before in our open installation about our Quality Assurance’s traceability methods. So Richard did not hesitate to share his stance on strain gauge technology or the limits of standard load cells and torque sensors. In fact, he brought to the viewer’s attention that many variables do exist when inquiring about a custom design effort, and it all starts with your desired capacity and size.
These two elements dictate the levels of intricacy that are needed in the development of any sensor. For instance, a miniature frame but high capacity may pose as much of a challenge as a load cell needed for non-magnetic medical testing. All variables within custom design are equally important; however, the parameters are always set with one’s capacity and size requirements.
But the conversation didn’t stop there. Richard then focused his attention onto the dozens of operating environments that truly begin to define a custom solution from a standard sensor. From chemical contacts to extreme temperature variances to liquid exposure to intrinsically safe units, Richard tried to leave no stone unturned. He even dabbled into OEM composition and signing with a manufacturing house that will continue to provide support post project development.
But enough with me giving you the cliff notes version of this webinar; I say you experience it for yourself. Simply click on this link, and voila, you will get to personally dive into the expert mind of Richard yourself.
Richard Walker
In other news, FUTEK followers, stay tuned for a slew of new Instrument Solutions pages. We are very proud to announcement that our Marketing Team has been working diligently on expanding our Solution Center to house all the documentation regarding our USB technology, our IHH500 handheld display, and our CSG110 signal amplifier.
Featured Video
FUTEK understands that with new technology comes the need for new acquaintances. Thus, we have developed a line of introductory videos to help ease you into our latest and greatest. This particular video walks all viewers through the setup of FUTEK’s SensIT USB Software, as it applies to our USB technology. It highlights the various tabs and functions that FUTEK has instrumented into our USB platform.
For more information on FUTEK USB technology, please visit our USB Solutions Page.
FUTEK SensIT Software Video Intro
Product News
In-Line Endurance testing is a frequently sought after requirement for load cells in the test and measurement industry. It is for that reason that FUTEK designed and developed a full series of load cell models dedicated to In-Line applications. We call them our LCM Series.
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In-Line Load Cells: LCM Series
Applications
Differential Pressure Sensor Application
Pressure sensors used in pressurized tank to measure the amount of fluid versus gas. These sensors can be mounted onto a silo or tank in order to monitor how full or empty it is by measuring & monitoring the pressure while knowing the volume & liquid density. Utilizing digital display controller, PLC, computer, or data acquisition sensor, you can measure and control the weight of the amount dispensed and/or the flow of liquid during the automation process.
Products used for this application:
PMP300
PMP300
Pressure Sensor (OEM)
IPM500
IPM500
Signal Conditioned Digital Display