Bullet Sensors & Transducers e-Digest, Vol. 96, Issue 9, September 2008: Product News

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New Digital Load Cell Interface

 

 

Fremont, California - Loadstar Sensors Inc. today announced the availability of its DI-1000 Digital Load Cell Interface, designed to work seamlessly with conventional resistive load cells. The DI-1000 provides a simple, convenient method to convert the millivolt output from a load cell into a PC friendly digital USB output. Just plug in your load cell into one end of the DI-1000 and plug the other end to a PC and you get a PC ready load cell.

 

The DI-1000 provides many key features in order to simplify the process of building a PC friendly load measurement system:

  • Compatible with any PC running Windows XP or Vista

  • Calibrated output in simple ASCII format

  • View loads on demand or in streaming mode

  • Command set for software integration

  • Optional wireless: Bluetooth or Zigbee

  • Optional LoadVUE software allows user to log and plot data

"The new DI-1000 streamlines the tedious process of getting data from a load cell to a PC," says Div Harish, Co-Founder & CEO of Loadstar Sensors, Inc. "Users benefit from our Plug and SenseT technology & can build their applications faster & more cost effectively. For users who need to log and chart data we offer LoadVUE application software that gives users an easy to use interface from a PC."

 

 

Contact:

 

Div Harish

Loadstar Sensors, Inc.

48089 Fremont Blvd.

Fremont, CA 94538

Phone: 1-510-623-9600

Fax: 1-510-623-9602

E-mail: div@loadstarsensors.com

DI-1000 Digital Load Cell Interface

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