The ASL is a digital compression load cell based on single column technology particularly suitable for weighing applications on weighbridges.
It is made of stainless steel and is compact, and sealed under prolonged immersion (IP 68).
The measurement principle on which the ASL load cell is based is the deformation of beams subjected to a compression force.
It uses strain gauges arranged to form a Wheatstone bridge for conversion of a force into an electrical signal. The ASL load cell is specially designed to be insensitive to eccentric loads, while remaining low-dimensioned.