Sensors and Transducers: Rotary-Torque Transducer

Feb. 2, 2009
The Model T1 torque-coupling rotary-torque transducer has a double-flex coupling that, along with the sensor, are completely hollow to provide the shortest distance between coupled shaft ends

The Model T1 torque-coupling rotary-torque transducer has a double-flex coupling that, along with the sensor, are completely hollow to provide the shortest distance between coupled shaft ends. Onboard digital electronics provide a ±5-V output, lownoise signal. The strain-gage-based coupling is powered by 12 to 28 Vdc and features ±15-bit resolution and a 10-kHz sample rate. The bearingless, contact-free coupling covers 50 to 1,000-Nm ranges and comes with factory-bored hubs for precise mating.

Interface Inc., 7401 E. Butherus Dr., Scottsdale, AZ 85260, (800) 947-5598, interfaceforce.com

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