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New Dynamic Weighing Technology

PAD series

Introducing the very latest in weighing technology, HBM – market leader in the field of test and measurement – is pleased to announce the arrival of its new PAD series of digital transducer electronics.

Designed to meet the demands placed on weighing components involved in dynamic filling and metering applications, the new digital PAD series from HBM accurately digitalises signals of analogue load cells or force transducers, even under the harshest of conditions.

The PAD series offers integrated measurement signal conditioning, including a selectable or automatic filter and two integrated digital I/O interfaces. Depending on the need, the new PAD series from HBM can also be configured via RS485 or CANOpen interfaces, which allows for analysis and remote access in networks.

Depending on individual customer requirements, variants are also available with a prewired sensor connection cable (optionally as an aseptic version) or a plug/ plug variant, ensuring the greatest possible flexibility for load cells or force transducers.

Housed in a welded casing and hermetically encapsulated, the robust PAD series reaches an IP rating of up to IP68/IP69K, making it suitable for a wide range of demanding process applications with sensors based on strain gauge technology.

The new PAD series from HBM is OIML (International Organisation of Legal Metrology) approved and has been tested and evaluated to ensure that it meets all relevant standards and requirements required for weighing equipment, making it suitable for use in legal for trade applications.

For more information, please contact HBM on +44 (0) 208 515 6000 or visit www.hbm.com

HBM UK Ltd

HBM supply test and measurement products & services for an extensive range of measurement applications across many industries

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