China supplier OEM Truck Scale Load Cell – DS-40~50t for Mumbai
Our company since its inception, always regards product quality as enterprise life, continuously improve production technology, improve product quality and continuously strengthen enterprise total quality management, in strict accordance with the national standard ISO 9001:2000 for China supplier OEM Truck Scale Load Cell – DS-40~50t for Mumbai, We warmly welcome all interested customers to contact us for more information.
Unique bridge structure, cup and steel ball mounted, self-resetting and centering, good side force, resistance and shock resistance, moistureproof sealed, ideal for hostile environment ,simple to install, easy to use, good interchangeability, suitable for electronic truck scale, railroad scale, hopper scale and various special scales.
|Recommended Excitation Voltage||5V～18V(AC or DC)|
|Maximum Excitation Voltage||24V(AC or DC)|
|Operating Temperature Range||(-30～+70)℃|
|Compensated Temperature Range||(-20～+60)℃|
|Temperature Effect On Load||±0.02%F.S/10℃|
|Temperature Effect On Zero||±0.02%F.S/10℃|
|Mode of Connection||Input+:Red
Learn Boombotix 101 basics for Boombot operations.
1. Turning unit on/off
2. How to pair
3. How to control volume and tracks
4. How to charge
“Playtime” is not usually a term we find in high school classrooms, but for Kayla Scheer, the power of play takes on a big role in her teaching. From her personal experiences in tinkering with technology, Kayla feels passionately about the impact it has in her classrooms.
Kayla Scheer has wanted to be an educator since fourth grade. Being a Millennial, she’s on the technology fad, thus it has made its mark on her teaching. As an educator, she’s not sure why we are teaching “21st century skills” when students have been natives for the past fifteen years. Tinkering with Technology is her concept of learning. Students need to be taught with inquiry to fuel a meaningful learning experience. It is time for students to take control and facilitate how they learn – this indeed has an impact on all our futures.
This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx