Press Release Summary:
While used for static and dynamic component tests in test benches and test equipment, U10M specifically suits testing applications including double bridge, mechanical adapters, connector variants, or TEDS. Integrated compensating circuit reduces crosstalk between bending moments and lateral forces; bending moments are determined for each transducer individually. Rotationally symmetrical product comes in 9 ranges with nominal values from 1.25-500 kN.
Original Press Release:
U10M Force Transducer Suits Wide Range of Applications
The U10M force transducer from HBM substantially reduces cross talk between bending moments and lateral forces through its integrated, patented compensating circuit. Bending moments are determined for each transducer individually making the U10M robust and with excellent measurement characteristics.
The U10M force transducer is the ideal choice for a wide range of testing applications including double bridge version, mechanical adapters, connector variants, or TEDS (Transducer Electronic Data Sheet).
If, for safety reasons, redundant double-bridge versions are used, the compensating circuit ensures that both measuring bridges benefit from the same quality of measurement. A feature of the U10M force transducer is its high safety margins with parasitic loads.
The U10M force transducer measures tensile and compressive forces. It can be used for static and dynamic component tests in test benches and test equipment. The low-profile force transducer is rotationally symmetrical and provides excellent fatigue strength characteristics even at extreme vibration bandwidths of ±100 per cent.
The U10M force transducer is available in the following nominal (rated) measuring ranges: 1.25kN, 2.5kN, 5kN, 12,5kN, 25kN, 50kN, 125kN, 250kN, and 500kN.
For more information contact:
Robert Davis, HBM Inc.,19 Bartlett Street, Marlborough, MA, 01752
Email: email@example.com Tel: 800-578-4260 Tel: 508-624-4500 Fax: 508-485-7480 Web: www.hbm.com
About HBM: HBM, with U.S. headquarters located in Marlborough, Mass., is a leading global supplier of measurement technologies, products and solutions for industrial test and measurement applications. HBM provides complete measurement solutions - from sensor to software - for industrial and laboratory applications. Its wide range of measurement parameters includes force, torque, weight, strain, displacement and pressure. Primary markets include aerospace, automotive and manufacturing.
HBM is a wholly owned subsidiary of Spectris plc.