How Do Weight Sensors Work?

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Load cells can be used as a weight sensor. Weight sensors is a transducer. How they work is by converting a force into an electrical signal. They are commonly used in weighing machines. Load cells are used in various measuring instruments. Two types of instruments includes universal testing machines and weighing scales. You do need four wires to wire a load cell. The green and white wires are taken as sensing output. One cable shielding can also be used but is not mandatory.
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