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Miniature Accelerometer works in extended temperature ranges.
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Miniature Accelerometer works in extended temperature ranges.

Operating in shear mode and free of internal performance-limiting adhesives, Model 7502A exhibits stable thermal performance from -73 to +260°C. Unit is used for high-temperature vibration and shock measurements and features nominal charge output of 1.8 pC/g. Constructed of titanium, hermetically sealed device weighs less than 1 g and has ±5,000 g dynamic range, ±10,000 g shock...

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Dynamic Force Sensors provide triaxial measurement.
Force Sensors / Transducers

Dynamic Force Sensors provide triaxial measurement.

Provided in preloaded flange mount configuration that allows 8 screw installation, 261A Series can simultaneously measure dynamic and quasi-static forces in 3 orthogonal directions. Units feature full scale measuring ranges from 500-4,000 lb in X and Y directions, and from 1,000-10,000 lb in Z direction in 3 mechanical envelopes. All ranges are available in choice ICP® or change output...

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Rotary Torque Sensor is suited for testing aerospace parts.
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Rotary Torque Sensor is suited for testing aerospace parts.

Series 4115K uses non-contact, rotary transformers for sending excitation voltage to and receiving measurement signals from strain gauge instrumented rotating sensor element. Flange and splined shaft design conforms to AND 10262/20002, making these transducers suited for torque studies on aerospace hydraulic motors and pumps. Other applications include dynamometers, drive shafts, transmissions,...

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Torque and Angle Sensor targets EPAS applications.

Designed for column or rack mounted Electric Power Assisted Steering applications and other automotive systems, Combined Sensor provides torque and steering angle measurement in single package. Based on Hall-effect non-clockspring torque sensor technology, device uses driver input to measure steering torque while simultaneously converting rotation speed and direction of steering wheel. Sensor...

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5 Questions to Ask When Choosing a Custom Glass Manufacturer
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Due to the inherent complexity of glass fabrication, many professionals seeking glass services know exactly what kind of part is needed, but are unclear on the intricacies of the actual manufacturing process. PEG's exclusive guide is designed to help professionals navigate the custom glass manufacturing process with valuable information.

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Reducing Engine Friction
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Reducing Engine Friction

An innovative torque sensor is helping to reduce engine emissions and improve economy as part of a project to develop an intelligent lubrication system. With engine efficiency under the spotlight like never before, automotive companies are exploring all avenues for improving performance. And because engines have a rotating power output, torque is the key measurement. Car engines are the bett noir...

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Compact Digital Force Gauges feature wide capacity range.
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Compact Digital Force Gauges feature wide capacity range.

With capacities from 0.12-500 lb, sampling rate of 2,000 Hz, and accuracy of better than ±0.3% FS, Series 3 is designed for tension and compression force testing in QC, manufacturing, and R/D areas. Product integrates backlit graphic display and accommodates data output to PC via USB. Overload protected to 150% of capacity, handheld or test stand/fixture-mounted devices measure 2.5 x 3.9 x...

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Linear Accelerometers provide measurement while drilling.
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Linear Accelerometers provide measurement while drilling.

Suited for downhole well service applications, SA-220RHT and SA-225RHT Force Balance Accelerometers are completely self-contained and provide high level, low impedance output, eliminating need for high-temperature signal conditioning. Model SA-220RHT operates from +15 Vdc at temperatures up to 200°C, while Model SA-225RHT requires +5 Vdc and operates to 190°C. Weighing 3.34 oz,...

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Rotary Torque Transducer uses 2.4 GHz wireless telemetry.
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Rotary Torque Transducer uses 2.4 GHz wireless telemetry.

Based on battery-powered, 2.4 GHz wireless telemetry data acquisition and transmission system, Model DTDR-F is intended for rotating applications up to 6,500 rpm where direct, in-line torque measurement is desired. System has pair of balanced Delrin housings, one containing telemetry module and another containing 3.6 V Li-Ion battery that is recharged in-situ. With 120 m range, T24-SA telemetry...

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Torque Flanges are available with optimized shaft coupling.
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Torque Flanges are available with optimized shaft coupling.

Series T40 torque flanges are available with sturdy ROBA-DS shaft coupling to securely and accurately record torque. Shaft coupling, which compensates for any existing radial, axial, or angle offset that may arise when torque flange is installed, is characterized by high torsional stiffness and low mass moment of inertia. As ROBA-DS shaft coupling is ideal match for HBM torque flange, users can...

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Strain Sensors measure strain on curved mounting surfaces.
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Strain Sensors measure strain on curved mounting surfaces.

Customized to measure circumferential strain around diameter of surface to which it is mounted, Series DT3747 is self-temperature compensating and offers choice of cylindrical mounting radius. Specified mounting radius is custom molded into body, providing method of controlling operator alignment during sensor mounting. Applications include aircraft structural fabrication, pipe expansion...

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Locon Sensors Withstand Extreme Temperatures
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Locon Sensors Withstand Extreme Temperatures

Locon Sensor Systems offer robust sensor solutions for even the most severe environmental conditions. Their line of high-temp inductive sensors and their cylindrical photoelectric series can operate in temperatures up to 250 degrees Celsius. See our video to learn more.

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