Sensors • Torque Sensors

A torque sensor or torque transducer or torquemeter is meant for measuring and recording the torque on a rotating system.

A torque sensor or torque transducer or torquemeter is meant for measuring and recording the torque on a rotating system.

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  • Futek Advanced Sensor Technology Inc

    Futek features a variety of torque sensors, including miniature screwdrivers, square drives, low range socket extensions,  reaction and rotary. Minature screwdriver torque sensors have a rated output of 1mV/V nom. for low-output. Reaction torque sensors are 1.5mV/V nom. for mid-range and rotary torque square drive sensors are 2 mV/V nom. for high-output. All mentioned torque sensors have a save overload of 150% of R.O.

  • Transducer Techniques, Inc.

    Transducer Techniques offers a variety of torque sensors including rotating, low capacity reaction and socket wrench. Rotating torque sensors have 11 full scale ranges between 10 and 30,000 inch lbs. The low capacity (ounce inches) reaction torque sensors are designed for measurements under 62.5 inch lbs. and is available in 8 full scale ranges between 5 and 1,000 ounce inches. The SWS series of socket wrench torque sensors are available in ranges between 10 and 1,000 ft. lbs., and give accurate measurements for bolt and nut wrenching torques.

  • ATI Industrial Automation

    ATI Industrial offers 6 Axis force/torque sensors to measure all six components of force and torque, consisting of a transducer, shielded high-flex cable, data acquisition system, Ethernet/DeviceNet interface or F/T controller. Practical applications include robotic assembly, haptics, robotic surgery, neurology as well as device testing and grinding/polishing. All sensors feature silicon gages for a 75 percent stronger signal, nearly zero noise distortion and overload protection.

  • Measurement Specialties, Inc.

    Measurement Specialties have a variety of torque sensors including non-contact, rotary and reaction. Reaction torque sensors are non-moving, and are designed for industrial projects and fatigue testing, in ranges from 5 to 10,000 Nm. Rotary torque sensors for in-line use on rotating shafts, and are resistant to electromagnetic interference and operate in a range between 2 and 7,000 Nm. Non contact torque sensors use magnetic/inductive designs to give accurate measurements at high speeds, and provide nearly maintenance-free operation.

  • Kistler Instrument Corp

    Kistler offers a variety of piezoelectric and strain gauge torque sensor systems. Piezoelectric sensor systems include fixed/rotating dynamometers, as well as fixed sensor systems. Kistler also offers a rotating strain gauge sensors. Kistler torque sensors are versatile, well suited for R&D, quality assurance, metrology and data collection.

  • Instronics

    Instronics offers a series of flange-to-flange torque sensors in a range of sizes, models and torque strengths, from 0.3 in./lb. to 3,000 in./lb.

  • AMETEK Chatillon Force Measurement

    Chatillon offers the Chatillon STS series full-bridge torque sensor, for use exclusively with the Chatillon DFS-R-ND digital indicator. The sensor's torque readings are stored via in-plug memory, and are plug-and-play compatible with the DFS-R-ND gauge. The STS torque sensor meets ASTM E4/BS EN ISO 7500 part 1 with a +0.3% accuracy.

  • ABB

    ABB has Torductor-S torque sensors for use with single combustion automotive systems, racing/lap measurement data and powertrain pressure measurement. The Torductor-S is designed to perform in harsh environments while maintaining accuracy and overload capacity.