|Place of Origin:||China|
|Minimum Order Quantity:||1pc|
|Packaging Details:||Shockproof packing|
|Delivery Time:||3-20 working days|
|Payment Terms:||Western Union, T/T,Paypal, MoneyGram|
|Type:||Rotary Torque Transducer||Capacity:||0-1500NM|
|Output:||Analog Sensor||Connection:||Square To Square|
Square drive torque sensor 0-1500NM for rotating torque measurement
Square rotary torque sensor FYRD is a slip-ring type torque transducer based on strain gauge technology intended for rotating torque measurement.Torque transducer FYRD offers 5NM / 10NM / 15NM / 20NM / 30NM / 50NM / 100NM / 200NM / 300NM / 500NM / 1000NM / 1500NM twelve measuring ragnes to choose from, 3/8" / 1/2" / 3/4" / 1" four different square sizes for different capacities to fit different torque wrenches.You may find square torque transducer FYRD suitable for torque auditing applications such as torque wrench torque calibration and so on.
5N*m / 50kg*cm / 44lb-in
|Safe overload||150% F.S.|
|Ultimate overload||200% F.S.|
|Temperature shift zero||±0.02% R.O./oC|
|Temperature shift span||±0.02% R.O./oC|
|Input resistance||380±30 ohms|
|Output resistance||350±10 ohms|
|Insulation resistance||>2000M ohms|
|Material of element||Stainless steel|
Ø5*3000mm 4-core shiedled cable
with mating connector
Torque snesor:A device which produces an output signal proportional to the applied torque.
Wheatstone Bridge:A Wheatstone bridge is a network of four resistive legs. One or more of these legs can be active sensing elements. The Wheatstone bridge is the electrical equivalent of two parallel voltage divider circuits. R1 and R2 compose one voltage divider circuit, and R4 and R3 compose the second voltage divider circuit. The output of a Wheatstone bridge is measured between the middle nodes of the two voltage dividers.
Excitation: The voltage applied to the input terminals of the load cell.
Rated Capacity: The maximum axial load the load cell is designed to measure within its specifications.
Non-linearity: The maximum deviation of the calibration curve from a straight line drawn between the no-load and rated outputs; expressed as a percentage of the rated output and measured on increasing load only.
Non-repeatability: The maximum difference between load cell output readings for repeated loadings under identical loading and environmental conditions.
Hysteresis: The maximum difference between load cell output readings for the same applied load; one reading obtained by increasing the load from zero and the other by decreasing the load from rated output; usually measured at half rated output and expressed in percent of rated output.
Creep: The change in load cell output occurring with specified period of time, while under load, and with all environmental conditions and other variables remaining constant; usually measured with rated load applied.
Safe Overload: The maximum load in percent of rated capacity which can be applied without producing a permanent shift in performance characteristics beyond those specified.
Ultimate Overload: The maximum load in percent of rated capacity which can be applied without producing a structural failure.
Operating Temperature: The extremes of temperature within which a load cell will operate without permanent adverse change to any of its performance characteristics.
Temperature Shift Span: The change in output due to a change in load cell temperature; usually expressed as a percentage of load per degree Celsius change in temperature.
Temperature Shift Zero: The change in zero balance due to a change in ambient temperature; usually expressed in percent of rated output per degree Celsius change in temperature.
Input Resistance: The resistance of the load cell bridge circuit measured at the positive and negative excitation terminals with no load applied and with the output terminals open-circuited.
Output Resistance: The resistance of the transducer bridge circuit measured at the positive and negative signal terminals with no load applied and with the input terminals open-circuited.