Digital torquemeter

  • 09-Jul-2010 02:46 EDT
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The MCRT 79700V Series dual range torquemeters from S. Himmelstein feature two ranges with independent outputs to measure when the ratio of peak to average torque is high and eliminate the necessity of switching torquemeters when working between different products. When peak torques are unknown, the torquemeters reduce the risk of damage from unexpected or accidental torque spikes. The MCRT 79700V Series also is suitable when a conventional torquemeter must be oversized to avoid damage, including starting, stopping, or reversing high inertia loads; during torsional oscillations; and in diesel and single cylinder engine/compressor drivelines. The torquemeters’ low range is 20% of the high range, and three simultaneous analog outputs can be individually set to 5 or 10 V at full scale. Included are software interfaces with Windows-based PCs for data display and collection as well as instrument setup.

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