Torque Sensor Technology Evolves

Torque Sensor Technology Evolves
Sensor Technology Ltd.

With an emphasis on developing technologies Sensor Technology Ltd will be showing extensions to its LoadSense range, an updated version of its ORT 230/240 TorqSense range, and enhancements to its wireless strain gauge amplifier at Sensors & Instrumentation, 28-29 September 2016, NEC Birmingham.

ORT sensors are designed for duties requiring low torque and/or high bandwidth, and provide dynamic measurement of rotary and static torque from 10 mNm to 100 Nm and for bandwidths up to 50 kHz. Compared to previous versions, their signal processing electronics demonstrate improved resolution, frequency response and faster data handling, yet have reduced power consumption. The company’s latest strain gauge amplifiers are wireless, offering benefits in terms of ease of installation, use, and reconfiguration. LoadSense is a strain gauge based stainless steel tension type sensor with the capability of wirelessly transmitting its data at 2.4 GHz to a display. Alternatively, it can record data to its 32-MB memory. The latest enhancement, range has been extended up to 30 tonnes.

Sensor Technology Ltd
Oxfordshire, UK
+44 (0)1869 238400
http://www.sensors.co.uk
 

Contact Info

Company: Sensor Technology Ltd.
Country: United States (USA)
Phone number: 585-385-1750
Fax: 585-385-1768

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