Essentials of Electronic Weighing


Advances in digital signal processing, networking and computing technology allow today's electronic weighing systems not only to perform their tasks more quickly, reliably and accurately, but also to diagnose and alarm when system faults are imminent, protecting the user from unanticipated downtime. Further, weighing systems that consist of multiple load cells networked to a central processor can even provide "run flat" protection—compensating for a faulty load cell so that production can continue while a fix is applied. This installment in Control Design's popular Essentials series will help you grasp the key considerations when selecting and implementing an electronic weighing subsystem.

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