Rotary torque sensor

  • 13-Mar-2009 08:59 EDT
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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. 

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