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      LLB300 Miniature Load Button

      € 700,-
      € 665,- Excl. tax Email or Call us for delivery time
      LLB300, Subminiature Load Button , RoHS Compliant , Material - 17-4 PH S.S. , 29 Awg 4 Conductor Spiral Shielded Teflon Cable , 10 ft Long... Show more
      6 variations FSH03939 - 25lb (111N)

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      LLB300, Subminiature Load Button , RoHS Compliant , Material - 17-4 PH S.S. , 29 Awg 4 Conductor Spiral Shielded Teflon Cable , 10 ft Long

      Model LLB300 is a Miniature Load Button built for Press, or Inline compression applications. The standard LLB300 Miniature Load Button model has a very robust construction available in 17-4 Stainless Steel, with a 0.74” outside diameter and a 10 feet long 29 AWG 4 conductor shielded Teflon cable. You will also find options for external matched output readily available.

      Although Load Button Load Cells are traditionally not known for their high accuracy, FUTEK engineers have dispelled this concept by continuously improving the accuracy of this product. The Miniature Load Button offers high accuracy and high stiffness. It has Nonlinearity of ±0.2% and Deflection of 0.002” nominal. The LLB300 Miniature Load Button is manufactured in the USA and uses metal foil strain gauge technology.

      Features
      • Ultra fast response
      • Robust strain relief
      • Low deflection
      • 17-4 stainless-steel construction
      • For use in compression
      • Adheres to RoHS directive 2011/65/EU

      Specifications

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      FSH03939 - 25lb (111N)
      LLB300 Miniature Load Button
      € 700,-
      € 665,-
      Excl. tax
      LLB300 Miniature Load Button
      FSH03939 - 25lb (111N)
      Email or Call us for delivery time
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