Three-component triaxial force links - Kistler Instrument Corp.

July 8, 2010
The family of three-component triaxial force links now include expanded measurement capabilities.

The family of three-component triaxial force links now include expanded measurement capabilities from ±1.8k to ±33.7k lbf and as well as other design enhancements for greater measurement flexibility and performance.
The force links are fully calibrated and preloaded for high-precision dynamic-force measurements in three orthogonal directions, in both tension and compression modes. All dynamic sensing elements are housed in a rust-free, sealed stainless-steel housing.
Enhancements include improved resolution, expanded operating range of –40 to 248°F, reduced hysteresis, optional IP67-rated environmental sealing, and plug connection via a V3 multipole connector, replacing the legacy three 10-32 neg. connection.
Kistler Instrument Corp., 75 John Glenn Dr., Amherst, NY 14228, (888) 547-8537,

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