Force Sensors / Transducers

Strain Gage Amplifiers handle multiple channels.
Force Sensors / Transducers

Strain Gage Amplifiers handle multiple channels.

MAC MultiAmplifier Card and IMUX Tension Multiplexer provide multi-point tension monitoring. MAC amplifies signals from up to 8 tension transducers or load cells, and supplies corresponding number of 0 to 10 Vdc signals. Signals may be used as inputs to drives, PLCs, or other control devices. Additional 0 to 1 mA or 0 to l00 microA signal is supplied as meter output. IMUX can select and display...

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Torque Sensors cover capacities from 10 oz-in. to 100 lb-in.
Force Sensors / Transducers

Torque Sensors cover capacities from 10 oz-in. to 100 lb-in.

Series STH Universal Torque Sensors, with aluminum housing, can be used as hand tools or mounted in fixture. Quick-change chucks cover range of 0.028 to 0.5 in. diameter samples, as well as 1/4 in. hex-tool bits. Units offer peak torque memory in clockwise and counter-clockwise directions, rechargeable battery or AC operation, programmable HI/LO limit outputs, selectable automatic shut-off, and...

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Torque Sensor converts shafts into rotary torque sensors.
Force Sensors / Transducers

Torque Sensor converts shafts into rotary torque sensors.

Model 1650B clamps onto drive train and converts shaft into rotary torque transducer within 15 minutes. It does not require installation of slip rings, and comes pre-calibrated. Suitable for proving trials or commissioning driver/driven transmission trains, model 1650B can be used for temporary or permanent installations. Immune to oil, dirt, and water, unit is available for shafts with 2.5 to 15...

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