I've got some problems regarding plugging a loadcell into my data logger ADC-24.
The current situation:
I got a voltage supply of 24V, a data loader ADC-24 and a force transducer S9M. The force transducer requires a supply voltage between 0.5V to 12V, so I divide the voltage using 2 resistors of equal caliber (one serial connected and one prallel connected).
After the supply voltage is plugged in to the force transducer I connect the (+) measurement signal from the force transducer into the Data logger. The (-) measurement signal i plug into the AG.
For starters I only get 4V over the force transducer. This can depend on the load, since the signal is 2 mV/V and thus the main voltage should change as well.
But the real problem is that i get 1960mV from the measurement signal inte the Data logger! This is way above the correct voltage, and I'm in a quite standstil on what to do...
wiring diagram and S9M datasheet in attachment.
- wiring diagram
- S9M data scheet
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