Micro Load Cells
Weighing Miniature Load Cells are high-precision sensors used to measure very small masses or forces.

Here are the key points of miniature load cells:
High Accuracy: Miniature load cells are usually very accurate and capable of measuring small changes in mass, making them suitable for laboratory work, precision manufacturing, and other applications that require accurate measurements.

Compact design: Miniature load cells are usually small enough to fit into limited spaces. Therefore, they are ideal for integration into small equipment or systems where space is limited.

High Sensitivity: Since small forces or masses need to be measured, miniature load cells are highly sensitive and can detect very small changes.

Wide range of applications: These load cells are widely used in scientific research, medical devices, robotics, micromechanical systems, and other areas where precise measurement of weight or force is required.

Working Principle: Miniature load cells work mainly on the strain gauge principle. When a force is applied, a slight deformation of the strain gauge occurs. This deformation results in a change in resistance, which is converted by the internal circuitry of the load cell into a voltage or current signal to measure the weight.

Developing and using miniature load cells requires careful consideration of their sensitivity, linearity, hysteresis, repeatability and temperature compensation to ensure accurate and reliable measurements.