Rotary torque sensor

  • 13-Mar-2009 08:59 EDT
PCB torkdisc 02.jpg

PCB Automotive Sensor’s 5300D Torkdisc inline rotary torque sensor systems were designed for test applications requiring a rotary torque transducer with limited axial space. The transducer converts torque signals into a high-speed digital representation and then transmits the data to a noncontacting loop, without risk of noise or data corruption. A remote receiver converts the data to an analog output voltage and a serial digital output. Series 5300D incorporates dual analog outputs to provide both static and dynamic torque measurement capability and features dc bandwidth to 8500 Hz. Units are suitable for automotive engine, powertrain, and chassis dynamometer testing for improved performance, emissions, and fuel economy. 

For more information, visit booth 1101 at the SAE 2009 World Congress.

HTML for Linking to Page
Page URL
Rate It
3.00 Avg. Rating

Read More Articles On

To speed up noise and vibration data analysis for vehicle manufacturers and industrial machinery, Brüel & Kjær offers RT Pro 7.3 enhanced software for its Photon signal analyzer.
While OEMs wait for NHTSA's V2X mandate they are discussing whether broad usage can be achieved without regulations.
The connected car’s emergence is as disruptive for insurance companies as it is for automakers. Usage based insurance (UBI) holds a major role in future plans, prompting insurers to partner with OEMs and create apps that provide services that make UBI more attractive to customers.
Euro NCAP will establish a separate category for autonomous vehicles, but there is not likely to be one for cars that are claimed to protect all occupants from serious injury or death.

Related Items

Training / Education