1pc/5pcs/10pcs YZC-133 Digital Portable Electronic Kitchen Scale Load Cell Weight Weighing Sensor 5KG FZ0967

1pc/5pcs/10pcs YZC-133 Digital Portable Electronic Kitchen Scale Load Cell Weight Weighing Sensor 5KG FZ0967
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  • Brand: DIYmall
  • Product Code: FZ0967-Weight Sensor 5KG
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  • $7.25
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Tags: YZC-133, weight sensor, Digital Scale, load cell, 5kg


Description

Load cells are essentially a pair of strain gauges installed on a metal block designed to deform in a reversible and predictable way, the two strain gauge are forming a full voltage divider bridge (half bridge in some cases) the HX711 is essentially an instrumentation variable gain amplifier (PGA) coupled with an high resolution ADC. When some weight is applied to the load cell the resistance of the strain gauge varies slightly which in turn makes a voltage change in the voltage divider bridge, this variation is measured by the HX711 and turned into a 24bit value. There is no need and no point knowing the absolute resistance variance, which anyway will vary slightly for each unit, in fact you only need the ADC value, and at least two calibration points, the zero (no load) and the value at a known calibration load (for example 100G or 1KG) you then make a simple linear interpolation to determine the weight relative to the ADC output value.

Four leads, easy to use,
5-10V drive voltage applied, the force is directly output as a voltage change signal.
Dimensions: 12.7mm * 12.7mm * 80mm

Sensor through the screw hole at one end fixed and the other end to keep floating state, applying gravity following the direction indicated by label
 
Particular attention must not directly push the white plastic cover part, so as not to damage the sensor

Connection:
Red to E+
Black to E-
Green to A+
White to A-
 
Package included:
1X Weight Sensor 5KG
 


FAQ
FAQ
Q: Can you connect the sensor to the wires red, black, white, green
Measure a change in resistance. How big is the change with a load of 5kg? How is the aluminum block attached to take the load?
A: Here is the connection: http://s5.ecpperp.com/flyfun/data/upload/160719/FZ0728-06.jpg


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