The LCM101 & LCM111 are also available in standard configurations, with 0-25 to 0-40,000 lb ranges and standard threads. Please see the LC101 for complete details, or contact our Pressure department for more information.
SPECIFICATIONS Excitation: 10 Vdc, 15 Vdc max Output: 3 mV/V ±0.0075 mV/V Linearity: ±0.03% FSO (0.1% 40 K) Hysteresis: ±0.02% FSO (0.1% 40 K) Repeatability: ±0.01% FSO (0.05% 40 K) Zero Balance: ±1% FSO Operating Temp Range: -40 to 93°C (-40 to 200°F) Compensated Temp Range: 17 to 71°C (60 to 160°F) Thermal Effects: Zero: 0.002% FSO/°C Span: 0.002% FSO/°C Safe Overload: 150% of capacity Ultimate Overload: 300% of capacity Input Resistance: 350 ±10 ? Output Resistance: 350 ±10 ? Full Scale Deflection: 0.25 to 0.51 mm (0.010 to 0.020") Construction: 17-4 PH stainless steel Electrical (LC101/LCM101): 4-Conductor Shielded Cable <100 kgf/250 lb: 9 m (30') 24 AWG 250 to 1000 kgf/250 to 2000 lb: 9 m (30') 20 AWG ?1500 kgf/3000 lb: 4.5 m (15') 20 AWG Mating Connector (LC111/LCM111): ?100 kgf/200 lb: PT06F8-4S, sold separately ?250 kgf/250 lb: PT06F10-6S, sold separately
Hello, I was curious what thread type is used for attaching any of the accessories or other type of mounting equipment? Thanks.
Asked by: BlazeH
Thanks for your question?
The threads on both sides of the load cell are M6 x 1.00 female.
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Answered by: application engineer je
Date published: 2019-07-16
I'm looking to buy the LCM101-10 and I'm wondering if it is available with a 5m or 10m cable length. Also looking for an electrical schematic, and 3D STEP files. Thank you
Asked by: MikeEteo
Our Tech Support will be in contact and send you an email with a step file. For schematic, see the wiring code below:
Yes, we can do different cable lengths for the LCM111; For the LCM111-10, the standard cable length is 30 ft. ( ~ 10m). You would not need a cable assembly for this load cell. Please call or email us anytime if you have any further questions. Thank you.
Answered by: Jane
Date published: 2019-05-16
I would like to know the excitation voltage of your load cells, I have a datalogger that provides 3.0 V of bridge excitation for powering the bridge.