PANASONIC INTRODUCES NEW CALIBRATION SYSTEM

Continuing its commitment to providing the safest, most efficient and ergonomically designed assembly tools, Panasonic introduces their new Ultra Compact Intelligent Calibration System. This unique new calibration system eliminates the need for an extra analyzer unit and special cables, providing the ultimate in ease of use and portability.

This new system only requires the transducer and a USB cable. It can be used with your PC and supplied software, or Android device with optional software. This system features a new design in joint simulators making all current designs obsolete by minimizing friction using a unique new washer design that does not require lubrication. The stationary torque transducer with joint simulators are designed to be used with Panasonic’s innovative mechanical pulse tools, oil pulse tools and any manufacturers direct drive assembly tools and boasts industry-leading accuracy and reliability at an extremely competitive price point.

Exceedingly consistent and accurate, the intelligent stationary torque transducer features automatic transducer recognition with a USB Plug ‘n Play capability. The utilization of advanced software includes data acquisition, graphing, adjustable filters and easily exports data to Excel files allowing the system to operate with higher functionality and greater efficiency.

The torque range of the new transducers is 20 Nm (CW/CCW) 3/8“Square Drive and 100 Nm (CW/CCW) 1/2“Square Drive with an accuracy of .1% of F.S.R. A smart memory database retains all settings and collects data at 2k/8k samples/second. The intelligent stationary transducers are built to last and feature an ultra compact size.

For more information on the Panasonic Intelligent Stationary Transducer, visit http://www.panasonic.com/assemblytools or call 1-800-338-0552.

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