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Analogue Amplifiers Fit Strain Gauge Sensors

The ICA In Cell Industrial Very High Stability (H) and Stability (S) load cell or strain gauge analogue amplifiers are configured to be installed into the strain gauge sensing devices. The amplifiers can be used in applications involving load cells, pressure transducers and torque sensing units.

The ICA series supplies extreme stability with a broad band-width and can be deployed in applications requiring miniature size and weight. These devices can be widely deployed for research and development purposes and its highly economical products can be utilized for troubleshooting, production and fabrication. The Atex version is also accessible along with its S and H versions.

Source: http://www.aptifirst.com

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