Torque Sensors

Oct. 26, 2006
Model 01424 sensors measure rotating drive torque using conventional shaft-to-shaft configurations for in-line placement.

A digital noncontact wireless system provides power to rotating electronics on the shaft. It also transmits digital signals to the receiver. Torque signals are represented as calibrated high-level voltages. Wireless transmission also reduces electrical noise, while increasing frequency responses and speed rating. Optional optical encoder measures angle or speed.

Sensor Developments Inc., 1050 W. Silver Bell Rd., Orion, MI 48359, (888) SENSOR-1,

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