Force Sensor from Phywe

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The Force Sensor serves for the computer-supported measurement of forces. It can be used in place of a springtype force measuring device in many experiments. A slide switch on the front of the housing allows switching between the two measuring ranges. When the slide switch is to the left, the ±10 Newton measuring range is activated, when it is to the right, then the ±50 Newton measuring range is activated. The hook that is screwed into the under end of the housing can be fixed in the particular position required with a plastic locknut. It allows the Force Sensor to be loaded with tensile or compressive forces. The Force Sensor can be held in experimental set-ups by inserting a stand rod through the borehole in the upper end of the housing. This borehole is 1 fitted with a milled screw with which the Force Sensor can be fixed in position.

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