Strain Gauge Signal Conditioning for Load Cells (SGA/A&D)

$184$199

  • Strain gauge amplifier ideal for load cell signal conditioning
  • Bridge excitation of 10 V DC with drive for four 350 Ohm load cells
  • Conditioned output signal can be selected from 0-20 mA, 4-20 mA, 0-10 V, 0-5 V, ±5 V or ±10 V
  • 1 – 5 kHz adjusted filter for test & measurement applications
  • Selectable sensitivity from 0.1 to 30 mV/V using switches and fine trim potentiometer
  • Switch selectable offset ±70% FS using switches and fine trim potentiometer
  • User selectable analogue output in standard voltage or current format
  • The SGA A&D (shown in main photo) comes complete with case

Completion Module Bridge available (SGABCM) 

  • For half or quarter Bridge Connection on (SGABCM)
  • Provides local and remote shunt calibration
  • Supports half and quarter bridges
  • High stability resistors
  • Compatible with all variants of the SGA A/D
  • Easy installation
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Description

The strain gauge amplifier is a high performance signal conditioner for single or multiple strain gauge bridge sensors such as load, force, pressure and torque.

The SGA A&D provides strain gauge signal conditioning for load cells and offers a wide bandwidth and a wide input signal range. The device can be powered from AC or DC supplies providing excitation for up to four x 350 Ohm strain gauge bridges.

The conditioned output signal can be selected from 0-20 mA, 4-20 mA, 0-10 V, 0-5 V, ±5 V or ±10 V.

Supplied in a waterproof IP67 NEMA4 bulkhead mountable case and is available with AC or DC power supply options. The strain gauge signal conditioning module is robust and fully CE compliant.

Additional information

Power Supply Type

AC, DC

SGA Product Sheet

SGA Manual

Q: Can the SGA be mounted on a DIN Rail?

A: Yes, the SGA can be mounted on a DIN Rail using a D4 base plate listed as an optional accessory for your SGA. Please contact us for more information.

Q: Does the SGA have shunt calibration?

A: The SGA has an onboard shunt calibration function. This shunts one arm of the connected load cell to produce a known change in the output which can be used for calibration or checking load cell integrity (or associated wiring).

Q: Does the SGA / LVDT lose its calibration if you switch it from 4-20 mA to 0-10 V?

A: Yes

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