Torque transducers

  • 19-Jun-2008 09:34 EDT


Compact, noncontact MCRT 48200V Series digital torque meters from S. Himmelstein and Company offer full-scale ranges from 2 to 833 lb·ft (2.7 to 1130 N·m) and output ±10 or ±5 V of torque. The transducers lack pots or switches and do not require manual adjustments. Calibration values, scaling, and units of measure are stored in nonvolatile memory and are automatically loaded. Internal signal processing is accurate to 14 bits. Other features include noise tolerance, high overload capacity, high overrange, bidirectional calibration, selectable signal filters, and inclusion of PC interface software. Two accuracy grades are offered: 0.2 and 0.15%.

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