Reaction torque sensor

  • 13-Nov-2008 01:25 EST

The TFF400 Reaction Torque Sensor from FUTEK Advanced Sensor Technology features a USB digital interface with 16-bit resolution. A Plug and Play with basic software simplifies system integration. The unit provides a flange-to-flange mounting solution with torque measurements from ±5 in·oz to 500 in·lb (±0.04 to 60 N·m). The device uses metal foil strain gage technology and features overload protection for low-capacity units to help prevent overload damage that may occur during installation. Applications include fastener, engine, and brake testing.
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