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Single Point Load Cell with IP65 Rating

600 gf, ±0.028 %, Linearity, 1 mV/V Output, Cable


Item# LC61SP-600G

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600 gf, ±0.028 %, Linearity, 1 mV/V Output, Cable LC61SP-600G LC61SP-600G
  • Aluminum-Alloy IP65 Single Point Load Cell.
  • Colorless Anodized Aluminum
  • Suitable for Pricing Scales, Bench Scales, etc.
  • Available in Ranges from 600g to 200kg

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Product Specs

Omega’s LC60 Series is a low cost, highly accurate, single point load cell, ideal for OEM applications such as electronic scales and weighing machines. The single point design is highly resistant to eccentric loading, allowing direct mounting to the scale base and weighing platform. The LC60 Series features a moisture-proof sealant and is available in ranges from 600 grams to 200 kilograms.

Maximum Platform Size:

  • LC61SP: 200 x 200 mm (7.87 x 7.87")
  • LC62SP: 250 x 350 mm (9.84 x 13.77")
  • LC63SP: 400 x 400 mm (15.74 x 15.74")

  • Specifications
        LC62 and LC63: C3
        OIML R60 Accuracy Class: LC61: C3D
    Output Sensitivity (= FS, mV/V):
        LC61: 1.0 ±0.1
        LC62 and LC63: 2.0 ±0.2
    Maximum Number of Load Cell Intervals(nLC):
        LC61: 2500
        LC62 and LC63: 3000
    Ratio of Minimum LC Verification Interval Y = Emax/vmin:
        LC61: 5000
        LC62 and LC63: 10000
    Combined Error:
        LC61: ±0.028 %FS
        LC62 and LC63: ±0.02 %FS
    Minimum Dead Load: 0% FS
    Safe Overload: 120% FS
    Maximum Overload: 150% FS
    Zero Balance: ±2.0% FS
    Excitation, Recommended Voltage: 5 to 12 VDC
    Excitation Maximum: 18(VDC)
    Input Resistance ?: 406 ±6
    Output Resistance ?: 350 ±3
    Insulation Resistance M?: ? 5000 (50 VDC)
    Compensated Temperature: -10 to 40ºC (14 to 104ºF)
    Operating Temperature: -35 to 65ºC (-31 to 149ºF)
    Storage Temperature: -40 to 70ºC (-40 to 158ºF)
    Element Material: Aluminum
    Recommended Bolt Size/Torque (Nm):
        LC61: M3/1.5
        LC62: M6/6 for < 30kg, M6/10 for > 30kg
        LC63: M6/10
    Ingress Protection (According to EN 60529): IP65

    Figure 1            All Dimensions mm

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    What is the maximum strain for the LC61SP-2kg?

    Asked by: DanS
    The maximum calibrated load range is 0 to 2 kilograms. In case of occasional accidental overload the load cell can handle up to 120% of it's calibrated load range.
    Answered by: applications engineer JK
    Date published: 2020-08-22

    On aluminum load cells ,LC61SP-3KG. Are connection wires included? What is recommended the supply voltage? Is there a transfer function that can be used to convert Vout measurement to mass? What is the sensitivity? Thanks Victor

    Asked by: Anonymous
    Thank you for your question? Output is a linear response over the sensors 0 to 3KG load range. Sensitivity of the LC61 is 1.0mV/V, +/- 0.1. A 0.45 meter long is attached to the unit. Wiring code= Red (+Exc), Black (-Exc), Green(+ Signal), White (- Signal). Maximum Excitation 18VDC.
    Answered by: application engineer je
    Date published: 2019-07-05
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