Model F5301/F53C1

Load Pins Standard

Load Pin

In addition to our force transducer program with bonded foils, a new force transducer with a welded thin film sensor was developed. The usage of standardised sensors, which are welded into the measuring element, makes an automated manufacturing possible. Combined with relative linearity error of 1, 1.5 or 2 % of Fnom  the load pins are also of interest for OEM applications due to the attractive price- performance ratio.


  • Thin film implants
  • Available with a relative linearity error of 1, 1.5 or 2 % Fnom
  • Several output signals available
  • Analog standard-output signals (4...20 mA, 0...10V) or CANopen®-fieldbus
  • Approval according to 94/9/EG for equipment group II (non-mining products), category 2G for zones 1 and 2 (gases).
    Other zones on request
  • Approved by TÜV Süddeutschland for the use in theatre and stage design
Measuring ranges:

0 … 5 kN up to 0 ... 200 kN


Load pins are suited to mounting in deviation rolls, fork heads and rolling bearings. Due to their structural shape load pins fit into the constructions directly replacing on existing bolt.

Special feature

ATEX/IECEx (Option)
Only equipment and protective systems with the corresponding certification and markings are to be put into operation in potentially explosive areas. Our force transducers with a thin-film measuring cell and integrated amplifier now have approval according to directive 94/9/EC in equipment group II (non-mining products), category 2G for zones 1 and 2 (gases). Other zones on request.

DNVGL-ST-0377 (Option)
The Load Pins of the F53 series of tecsis GmbH were tested by the classification society DNV GL. They fulfil the standards DNVGL-ST-0377 (Standard for shipboard lifting appliances) and DNVGL-ST-0378 (standard for offshore and platform lifting appliances), with which they can be used for lifting technology applications in the ship and offshore sector.

Signal jump (Option)
Safety electronics have been developed especially for theatre and stage applications. With a signal jump, a function test is carried out in an interval of 24 hours in order to monitor the safe function of the force transducer.