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Erik Malund
12/01/05 09:30
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Mt Airy, Nc

#104517 - the easy test
Responding to: Terry Lingle's previous message
Not sure who ur is.
that is a microresistor, of course, what else could it be. 'u' means micro and 'r' means resistance.

But if a different load cell amplifier works correctly it follows that the issue must be resolved within your design, layout or software.
the easy test is to lower/raise the loadcell so it does not touch the belt. Then start the belt. If you then get a constant zero the cause can be many things, but not noise, but could still be static build-up on the loadcell. But if the reading jump up and down in that case, it IS noise be it static, inductive, capacitive or whatever.


List of 13 messages in thread
about weigh feeder      Srinivasa Rao Samineni      11/26/05 01:45      
   Lack of details      Terry Lingle      11/26/05 06:34      
      "Cleverer"      Steve M. Taylor      11/27/05 07:39      
         Yes that would improve response time      Terry Lingle      11/27/05 08:24      
            so would I      Steve M. Taylor      11/27/05 10:24      
   weigh feeder details      Srinivasa Rao Samineni      12/01/05 04:57      
      Could it be induced noise?      Valentin Angelovski      12/01/05 05:39      
      ur uhm      Terry Lingle      12/01/05 09:09      
         the easy test      Erik Malund      12/01/05 09:30      
            Good point Erik      Terry Lingle      12/01/05 09:53      
      Do I miss something?      Kai Klaas      12/01/05 11:05      
         I agree      Srinivasa Rao Samineni      12/01/05 22:49      
            Dampening      Kai Klaas      12/02/05 05:38      

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