Wireless Torque Monitoring Node Easily Fits Around Rotating Shafts

Wireless Torque Monitoring Node Easily Fits Around Rotating Shafts

According to its maker, the Torque-Link wireless torque monitoring node’s hardened two-piece collar installs easily around rotating shafts, with embedded electronics transmitting raw torsional strain data for accurate measures. It is built to fit shafts ranging from two to six inches in diameter and larger shafts can be accommodated with a custom version. In turn, the component is optimized for shaft rotation between 1,000 and 2,500 rpm and has been safely tested at speeds up to 8,000 rpm. Additionally, Torque-Link is compatible with all of the company’s wireless nodes and gateways and has been tested to meet DO-160 standards for temperature and vibration. For more details and specs, visit http://www.microstrain.com/wireless/torque-link

LORD MicroStrain Sensing Systems
Williston, VT
[email protected]

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