Product portfolio

Force sensors DLM20 up to 1 kN

  • 19 ... 26 mm external diameter
  • Force range from 0 ... 1000 N
  • M4 thread
  • M5 connector, 4-pin
  • Stainless steel sensor housing with protection class IP 67
  • Inline, button and screw-on versions
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Force sensors DLM30 up to 5 kN

  • 25,5 ... 39 mm external diameter
  • Force range from 0 ... 5000 N
  • M6 thread
  • M8 connector, 4-pin
  • Stainless steel sensor housing with protection class IP 68
  • Inline, button and screw-on versions
     
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Force sensors DLM40 up to 20 kN

  • 42 ... 60 mm external diameter
  • Force range from 0 ... 20 kN
  • M12 thread
  • M8 connector, 4-pin
  • Stainless steel sensor housing with protection class IP 68
  • Inline, button and screw-on version
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Force sensors L003 up to 100 kN

  • 155 mm external diameter
  • Force range from 0 ... 100 kN
  • Available with analog output
  • M30 thread
  • M12 connector, 5-pin
  • Measuring accuracy 0.3%
  • Heat-treated steel sensor housing with protection class IP 67
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Strain sensors  – Force measurement with strain sensors

Force measurement with strain sensors

  • The clever alternative to force sensors for the measurement of large forces
  • One sensor for different force ranges and applications
  • Quick and easy implementation in existing machines and systems
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The right force sensor for the application
Compact force sensors for industrial applications – The right force sensor for the application

The DLM series offers the right solution for any type of force measurement. The standard portfolio consists of three designs: button, inline, and screw-on. The button variation is suitable for measuring compressive forces, while the inline and screw-on versions are designed for static force measurement as well as dynamic compressive and tensile forces. Thus, inline and screw-on sensors are optimized for alternating force directions. The force sensors cover measurement ranges from 0 to 50N and 0 to 20,000N. Thanks to their small dimensions the force sensors can be used even when space is limited.


From sensor to control system
Compact force sensors for industrial applications – From sensor to control system

Measuring amplifiers are used for signal transmission between force sensors and the control system. They convert the electrical signal into analog values. In addition to our sensors, we offer measuring amplifiers and cables, thus enabling the simple implementation of the complete measuring chain. Depending on the input card the measuring amplifier is available with current or voltage output. In addition, we offer the corresponding accessories such as connection cables for simple and fast connection to the process.


Your benefits
  • Find the right force sensor for your application quickly and easily
    • Intelligently designed portfolio for a range of forces and installation options
    • Clearly structured selection due to different connection options
    • Limited design risk thanks to simple replacement when deviations from force ranges are detected
    • Uniform thread size within the series independent of the force range
  • Clever sensor design for reliable force measurement
    • Low-fatigue force sensors with 100% oscillatory width for dynamic applications across the entire measurement range
    • Decades of experience in manufacturing force sensors
  • Small and flexible force sensors
    • Small sensor diameter when space is limited
    • Fast integration into machines and equipment design thanks to various sizes and shapes
  • Robust force sensors for rough industrial environments
    • Stainless steel sensor housing for reliable use in demanding industrial sectors
    • Hermetically sealed sensors with long useful life for advanced impermeability requirements
    • Exceptional shock and vibration resistance, thanks to the fully welded sensor design
  • Short delivery times and easy commissioning
    • Fast delivery from the warehouse
    • Plug & play through the use of unit-sensitive sensors
    • Sensor replacement without complex adjustment on the machine

Applications

DMS-based force sensors, also known as force transducers or load cells, are the ideal solution for force measurement in most applications. In principle, they are especially useful when it comes to measuring small forces. With its optimally coordinated product portfolio of force sensors for 0 – 20,000 N, Baumer covers a multitude of applications. Thanks to their robust sensor bodies they can also be used in areas with high demands. In addition to force sensors, Baumer produces strain sensors for measuring higher forces, which are simple to install in the respective structure.


Technology

Spring body force sensors usually consist of a spring body and strain gauges. The elastic body of the sensor deforms when force is applied, resulting in strain on the material surface. The strain is measured using the strain gauges applied to the surface of the spring body. The strain gauges convert the mechanical strain into an electrical resistance change and act as mechanical-electrical converters. The intelligent connection of the individual strain gauges to a Wheatstone bridge allows the measurement of even the smallest strains thus resulting in high precision. The measured strain generates a voltage change proportional to the force. Compared to strain sensors in which the elastic deformation of the machine structure is used for indirect force measurement, force sensors are installed directly in the force flow, which is also known as direct force measurement.


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