Important Force Measurement Practice - Load Cell with a Flat Base
A Load Cell with a Flat Base
|the figure above shows five times the measurement error with a nonflat base|
A Load Cell with a Flat Base Conclusion:
A nonflat base produced a larger variation in output when the load cell was rotated; this error was five times that of a ground base. If you are using a load cell with a non-ground base, or if you are using compression pads that are supposed to be flat, you should verify flatness before use. Top compression pads and load cell bases can usually be machined, stoned, or ground flat. A flat base or ground compression pad will produce better measurement results.
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