This load sensor is the same one found in digital bathroom scales (you know, the ones you use in January for your New Year's resolutions, and then forget about a month later).
This sensor can measure up to 50Kg. Check the video below for a simple explanation on how these work and how to use them.
Hi - do you have any examples of using this with an arduino.
Posted byon Thursday, 27 November 2014
We don't currently but i'm sure if you email me at firstname.lastname@example.org with details of how you'd like to use the sensor I can set you on the right track.
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