Loadcells for Retail industry
This sector can be divided into:
- Counter weighing with tickets
- Counter weighing without tickets
- Check weighing
- Weigh-pricing-label weighing instruments
- Self service weighing instruments
Typical features or demands for force sensors within this sector are:
- OIML approved sensors (legal-for-trade)
- Low built-in height
- Relative low capacities
- Miniature sensors
- High Accuracy
Due to the high volume of sensors in this market it is our challenge to produce and stock enough products for our customers in order to offer the best price, quality and service level you can expect.
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