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Force Transducer ( FT-302)

The FT-302 is a high sensitivity dual-range research grade force transducer designed to measure forces in the 0.005 to 10 gram and 0 to 100 gram ranges. The FT-302 exhibits excellent isometric properties. In addition, its unique optical technology makes it resistant to drift and offers intrinsically low noise characteristics. The FT-302’s on-board amplifiers reduce gain and adjustment requirements on recording amplifiers to which it may be connected.

$465.00


Manual: FT-302

The FT-302 is a high sensitivity dual-range research grade force transducer designed to measure forces in the 0.005 to 10 gram and 0 to 100 gram ranges. The FT-302 exhibits excellent isometric properties. In addition, its unique optical technology makes it resistant to drift and offers intrinsically low noise characteristics. The FT-302’s on-board amplifiers reduce gain and adjustment requirements on recording amplifiers to which it may be connected.

The transducer is highly resistant to mechanical damage; its body is machined from aluminum and mounts to a standard ring stand or, with the handle removed, clamp mounts. The cable that connects the FT-302 to the recording amplifier is detachable, allowing for multiple cables to be configured for the user’s choice of amplifiers. The FT-302 requires a signal conditioner such as the IA-400D, ETH-256 or ETH-401. The FT-302 also directly connects to the iWorx Recorders with a DIN8 input such as the IX-214, IX-TA-220, IX-RA-834, IX-3xx etc.

FT-302 Specifications
Sensitivity >60 mV/g (0-10 g)
Drift <30 mg/hr (0-10 g), thermally compensated
Noise 3.0 mg max (0-10 g)
Excitation Voltage +/-5.0 V
Dimensions 1.125 in. W x 3.0 in. L x 0.6 in. H
Handle Length 2.54 in.
Compatible with  Amplifiers : IA-100D, IA-400D, ETH-256, ETH-401 etc
all iWorx Recorders with a DIN8 input such as IX-TA-220, IX-214, IX-RA-834, IX-3xx, etc

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