True dual-range rotating torque sensor series

  • 10-Jul-2013 12:10 EDT
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Dyno LaborSaver from SensorData Technologies (SensorData) is the industry’s first true dual-range rotating torque sensor series, according to the company. The true, wide dual measurement range of the Dyno LaborSaver makes it suitable for use within dynamometer test stand applications, particularly ones in which sensor access may be limited by space or installation environment constraints. With a 5:1 ratio capacity of zero to ± full-scale, Dyno LaborSaver’s high-performance torque sensors feature a range of measurement options unique to any other comparable technology on the market, claims the company. The new series allows for dual-measurement capabilities and extended capacities, allowing it to accommodate most dynamometer testing requirements as a single unit. According to SensorData, this reduces downtime on the test bench, as well as overall test costs, by eliminating purchasing requirements for multiple torque sensing units. 

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