Electronic hanging scale is a type of suspended electronic scale that requires the use of an electric hoist.
It is generally used in steel mills, rolling mills, steel mills, Kaiping frying mills, bridge factories, heavy machinery factories, docks, etc.
When operating an electronic hanging scale, when an object is suspended on the hook of the tension gauge, pressure is applied to the sensor, which deforms, causing impedance to change.
At the same time, the excitation voltage changes, outputting a changing analog signal.
The signal is amplified and output to an analog-to-digital converter through an amplification circuit.
Electronic hanging scales can generally be divided into two types: direct view electronic hanging scales and wireless electronic hanging scales.
For wireless electronic hanging scales, due to their LCD display, they can display information such as the weight and net weight of the weighed item.
At the same time, the wireless electronic hanging scale can also remotely control the input and output of weight data through the remote control, which has higher operability and convenience.
When using an electronic hanging scale, it is necessary to pay attention to keeping the sensor area clean and avoid contamination with substances such as oil and water stains.
At the same time, it is necessary to regularly calibrate the electronic hanging scale to ensure its measurement accuracy.