Neulog Force Sensor NUL-211
This sensor can measure the mass to weight relationship and study how different pulley systems affect the effort needed to lift weights. It can also be used to measure push/pull forces and impacts.
This sensor can measure the mass to weight relationship and study how different pulley systems affect the effort needed to lift weights. It can also be used to measure push/pull forces and impacts. The force sensor is contained in a metal box. There is a hook at the bottom of the box that can be connected to various pulling loads. A simple bumper (for push/impact measurements) could be made and attached using a bolt which is placed through a length of plastic tubing. The sensor can be hung from a universal laboratory stand via a rod through the hole in its box. This sensor can be operated either facing upwards, downwards or at any intermediate (including horizontal) position.
Connect the sensor to a voltage source (USB module, Display Unit or Battery Unit). To zero the reading, just press the sensor's push-button for about 3 seconds.
Experiment Duration: 50 milliseconds to 31 days.
Range and operation modes:
10 N range ±10 N
50 N range ±50 N
ADC resolution: 14 bit
Resolution: 0.01 N
Max Sample Rate (S/sec): 100 slow and 3000 fast
A connection between your sensors and hardware is required. You can choose from the USB Module, Wifi Module, RF Module, or Display Module. A Battery Module is also required for any connection other then USB Module, which is powered through the cable.
Products being sold are not toys. They are for Educational / Laboratory use only. They are not for use by children 12 and under.