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  • 30/01/2021

    Received in good order and the courier was quick. The parcel was also well packed, thanks, but still need to test

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  • uhmVIP3

    Tested on a Professional instrument, and accuracy is within +- 5%, acceptable for this price.

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  • 30/08/2020

    Package arrived as described

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  • 16/11/2019

    excelente para proyectos

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  • 20/10/2017

    Nice product.

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  • 12/09/2021

    Interesting product. It also works when it wants, but unfortunately the fragility of this means that the welds often jump off. By puzzling you can also make it work. but half of the codes I wrote or found online didn't even work. It is not a banggod problem as much as it is with this type of loadcell, as despite having tried to buy them from other shops, I encountered the same problems.

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  • 19/02/2021

    This unit is probably the most versatile of the load cell packages - Sensitive enough for the experimenter and also of enough range to allow it to be used by the household for kitchen/general purpose non-human loads. A great project for this unit would be laundry weighing to take the guesswork out of the washing machine programming!!

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  • 23/01/2021

    The HX711 "weighing scale" module is a lot of fun but don't be misled by the 24 bit accuracy claim. The ADC results do have 24 bits of precision, but accuracy is much less, something like 5%. The MCU interface is a bit strange and doesn't play well with other sensors. (It relies on bit-banging and you have to disable interrupts). There are several Auduino libraries that work, but I'd recommend using a separate MCU like an ATTINY85 to manage this device if your system needs multiple sensors. Having said all that, I can see many applications where a rough indication of weight is all you need. (For example, Ralph Bacon, used one to indicate if a cat feeder needed refilling). Overall, I think this is a useful addition to any maker's toolkit.

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  • 14/04/2021

    Interesante el único detalle es que no viene en un empaque adecuado,por lo que espero que funcione y no haya sufrido algun daño, ya que esto sera hasta que lo pruebe.

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  • 21/02/2021

    Arrived on schedule and working as expected. Good stability with about 1 gram resolution over short term. Easy to setup and use.

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