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NEW CONTACTLESS TORQUE SENSOR FROM BESTECH

19-04-2016
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Rotating torque transducers with non-contact transmission are served as active sensors with integrated measuring amplifiers.

The advantage of bearing-less transducers is that under high speeds, no friction will falsify the measurement result.

Digital sensors with RS485 have high noise immunity even with very long connection cables, whilst sensors with USB interface possess significant superiority in displaying data and connecting to PC for further software analysis.

DR-3001’s sensor has digital signal transmission from rotor to stator and it is bearing free which means no signal falsification and maintenance free!

Our USB Torque sensor is suitable for mobile operation with a laptop, measuring speed up to 4000 min-1 featuring high torsional stiffness and high accuracy of 0.1% of full scale.

Features include:

·       Nominal torque from 0.1 N·m to 5000 N·m

·       Up to 2500 Measurements/s

·       Feed-in from USB, without ext. power supply

·       Drive-square socket

·       Output-square drive

·       Very short axial length

·       Reliable and durable

·       Special versions on request

 

Bestech Australia

Ph: 03 9540 5100

www.bestech.com.au

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