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This version of the force sensor has an output between -8 volts and +8 volts and a range between -50 newtons and +50 newtons. In other words, it produces -8 volts for -50 newtons, 0 volts for “zero” force, and +8 volts for +50 newtons. (A push is considered to be positive, and a pull is considered to be negative.) The sensor has strain gauges mounted on a specially designed “S-bend beam”. The beam has built-in over-limit protection so it will not be damaged if a force greater than 50 newtons is applied. The Force Sensor consists of the housing for the beam and electronics, a cable with a 8 pin DIN plug for connecting to the computer interface, and a detachable hook.
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