Force Sensors / Transducers

Force Sensor enables laser-less nanoscale imaging.
Force Sensors / Transducers

Force Sensor enables laser-less nanoscale imaging.

Negating complexity/difficulty issues associated with atomic force microscopes, Crystal Scanner(TM) minimizes operator interaction, reducing potential for errors in measurement. Force sensor consists of crystal oscillator with sharp probe mounted at end of crystal to scan surface of sample. Compatible with proprietary scanning probe microscopes, option uses Point and Scan(TM) Technology with...

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Force Sensors are suited for material and impact testing.
Force Sensors / Transducers

Force Sensors are suited for material and impact testing.

General Purpose Piezoelectric Force Sensors measure dynamic compression, tensile, and impact forces in various applications. Offered in ICP® and charge output types, sensors measure full-scale compression forces from 10-5,000 lb and full-scale tensile forces from 10-500 lb. ICP force sensors contain built-in microelectronics to convert high-impedance charge to low-impedance voltage. Charge...

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Force Sensors feature quartz sensing element.
Force Sensors / Transducers

Force Sensors feature quartz sensing element.

Three-Component Force Sensors simultaneously measure dynamic or quasi-static forces in 3 orthogonal directions, and deliver independent measurement signal for each direction. Units offer dynamic range of 1,000-10,000 lb in z-axis and 500-4,000 lb in x and y axes. ICP® versions utilize built-in microelectronics to convert high impedance charge to low impedance voltage; charge output versions...

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Force Sensors / Transducers

Identification System eliminates transducer setup errors.

T-ID(TM) and IEEE 1451.4 TEDS compliance use identification module that enables both analog measurement signal and transducer data, stored in digital format, to be retrieved without extra wiring. In T-ID(TM) system, each sensor has ID number that is recognized by integrated database software and can automatically configure amplifier for taking measurements. When using TEDS system, all data needed...

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Torque Flange has nominal torque ratings to 59 lb-kft.
Force Sensors / Transducers

Torque Flange has nominal torque ratings to 59 lb-kft.

Powered by 18-30 Vdc, T10FM has no slip rings or bearings and features 10 kHz ±5 kHz and ±10 V outputs. Transducer offers combined linearity and hysteresis of 0.1% and is available in 3 sizes. Size 1 exhibits nominal torques of 11, 15, and 18 lb-kft; Size 2 has 22, 30, and 33 lb-kft torque ratings; and Size 3 offers nominal torques of 37, 44, 52, and 59 lb-kft. Transducer utilizes...

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Torque Transducers have maintenance-free design.
Force Sensors / Transducers

Torque Transducers have maintenance-free design.

Rotating torque transducers utilize non-contact, rotary transformers for sending excitation voltage to, and receiving measurement signals from, rotating strain gage sensor. With no need to replace worn brushes, products offer capacities from 50 oz-in. to 100,000 lb-in. FS and max speeds to 20,000 rpm. Optional pickup provides output proportional to speed. Units are available with keyed shaft,...

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Dynamic Force Sensors measure short-duration events.
Force Sensors / Transducers

Dynamic Force Sensors measure short-duration events.

Piezoelectric force sensors measure dynamic force in compression, tension, and impact modes. They possess necessary response and endurance to follow fast-rising, short-duration force events such as crimping, stamping, punching, forming, and drop and impact testing. Force sensor types include ring, 3-component ring, link, impact, penetration, and strain styles. ICP® and charge output...

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