Torque Flanges

Sept. 15, 2005
Reducing the effects of temperature variations improves accuracy of T10FS torque flanges.

Temperature sensitivity is less than ±0.05%/10°K and impact on the zero signal is below ±0.03%/10°K. Lower linearity deviation and relative standard deviation of repeatability boost accuracy. The flanges come in eight models with nominal measuring ranges of 10 N-m to 10 kN-m with rotational speeds to 24,000 rpm. The compact design of the T10FS saves space and cost in the manufacture of test benches. A magnetic or optical speed-measuring system, with an optional reference pulse, is available on request. Frequency output is 10 kHz ± 5 kHz and an optional ±10-V analog output is available.

HBM Inc., 19 Bartlett St., Marlborough, MA 01752, (800) 578-4260, hbm.com

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