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MLS24

S-Type Load Cell

MLS24 series with Aluminium alloy material is a rugged and accurate load cell suitable for tension-compression load measurement. This S-Type load cell offers great flexibility and reliability for a wide range of applications with highly competitive pricing.


MLS24 is available in standard ranges from 20kg to 500kg with an output of mV/V. The standard Precision is 0.03% FS. The robust construction of MLS24 with its high performance makes it ideal for demanding long term applications.

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MLS24 series with Aluminium alloy material is a rugged and accurate load cell suitable for tension-compression load measurement. This S-Type load cell offers great flexibility and reliability for a wide range of applications with highly competitive pricing.

MLS24 is available in standard ranges from 20kg to 500kg with an output of mV/V. The standard Precision is 0.03% FS. The robust construction of MLS24 with its high performance makes it ideal for demanding long term applications.

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Standard Measurement Range 20kg, 30kg, 50kg, 100kg, 200kg, 300kg, 500kg
Output Signal 2mV/V
Accuracy (combined LRH) 0.03%FS
Creep ±0.02% FS / 30min
Overload Rating 120% FS
Zero unbalance ±1% FS
Protection Level IP67
Compensated Temp. Range -10 to 55°C
Operating Temp. Range -35 to +80°C
Temp. Coefficient of Zero 0.03% FS /10°C
Temp. Coefficient of Span 0.02% FS /10°C
Input Resistance No
Output Resistance No
Insulation resistance ≥5000MΩ @ 50VDC
Electric Connection 3m cable
  • High Measuring Accuracy
  • Load Measurement Range of 20 - 500kg
  • Compact and Rugged Model
  • Anodized Aluminium Alloy Material
  • Silicon Rubber Sealing
  • Weigh stations
  • Hopper weighing systems
  • Mechanical scale conversion
  • Tension/compression force measurement
  • Production machinery automation
  • Materials test stations
  • Agricultural research