Popular digital torque transducer targets lower torques
The digital torque transducer T12 is now also available with smaller nominal (rated) torque of 100 Nm and 200 Nm.
Typical application areas for the digital torque transducers are mainly in the automotive industry for engine, gear or chassis test benches. The T12 also delivers precise and secure measurement results when testing electric motors, pumps and generators.
The torque transducers can also be used, depending on size, for torques of up to 18,000 rpm. The accuracy class is 0.03 over the entire measuring frequency range of 0 Hz to 6 kHz.
Data transmission between the rotor and stator is implemented with the T12 dialog. This enables secure and error-free measured value acquisition and transmission, even under difficult ambient conditions, for example, electromagnetic interference or fluctuating temperatures. Digitalization is implemented with a high resolution of 19 Bit.
Connection to existing automation systems, such as PLCs, is particularly easy with the T12. The measurement data are available via either a voltage or frequency out-put or via the fieldbuses CAN-open and Profibus DP with up to 4,800 measured val-ues per second output.
Further information at: www.hbm.com/torque.
Since 1950, the HBM Group has built a globally-respected reputation in the Test and Measurement industry, based on the supply of reliable, precision transducers and measurement solutions across a broad range of industries. As a technology and market leader worldwide, the company today offers products and services across the entire measurement spectrum, from virtual to physical testing. Products comprise sensors, instrumentation and data acquisition systems as well as durability, test and analysis software. HBM’s global network of sales companies and representatives comprises 27 subsidiaries and sales offices in Europe, the Americas and Asia, with approximately 1,500 employees. The company is also represented in a further 40 countries.
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