A weighing transducer is an instrument that can convert the for

  •   What is the definition of a weighing transducer?

      A weighing transducer is an instrument that can convert the force applied to it (for example, the weight of a tank or hopper) into an electrical signal. The more important the force (weight), the higher the electrical signal generated. Then, a properly calibrated controller can convert the current into a unit of weight that the user can understand.

      Weighing transducers play a central role in many powder processing processes because they can measure the weight of processed solids. Load cells are used for measurement purposes or mass balance recall.

      The correct specification, calibration, and maintenance of the weighing transducer system is the key to ensuring that the process is performed as designed, within the quality specifications, and produced at a controlled cost.

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