Thru-Hole Load Cell Features

The versatility of the LTH Series lends to its conformable use in various industry applications. With many variations in inner diameter size and capacities, these models are designed to fit most engineering specifications. However, for unique application requirements, FUTEK's engineering team offers an impressive list of customizable capabilities to fulfill those test and measurement needs.
Extensive Capacities
Within 4 sensor models, FUTEK’s standard LTH Series covers an impressive capacity range of 50 lbs. to 50,000 lbs. Therefore, these models are capable of measuring the most delicate medical bolt fastening measurements to robust industrial automation press measurements.
Various Inner Diameters
FUTEK’s standard Thru-Hole Load Cells offer 17 different inner diameter measurements. With the smallest diameter at 1/8 of an inch (3.18 mm) to the largest at 1 5/8 inches (41.3 mm), this series has the versatility to fit within your application’s specifications.
Strain Relief
Strain relieving cables have been a major concern throughout the sensor industry. The common practice is to use epoxy or a crimp to hold the cable in place. Most of the time this approach will not hold up to the harsh environments the sensors are placed in. FUTEK’s strain relief design firmly secures the cable from being torn or pulled out.
Achieve Higher Accuracy
FUTEK’s engineering team understands that high precision and accuracy are at the utmost importance in a test-measurement system. Thus, FUTEK’s LTH Line, when paired with instrumentation, can provide you with high precision results.
Customizable Capabilities
While FUTEK’s standard product solutions offer a number of options, there are also custom design capabilities available. Whether a project requires a new product design from the ground up or modification to an existing model, FUTEK’s engineering team is well versed to take on such projects and deliver measurable results:
  • Endless variations of inner and outer diameters
  • Adjustments to profile height of sensor
  • Threaded center holes or outer rings
  • Cable exits from top, bottom or inside diameter
  • Overload stop protection
  • Submersible, cryogenic, or non-magnetic versions