Durham Instruments offers plenty of solutions by HBM Test and Measurement, which has just introduced the new T210 torque transducer. This innovative shaft torque sensor features an exacting measurement system that transmits the measured values, plus the supply energy, from the rotor to the stator in a contact-free manner.
Well-equipped to be used in a universal range of scenarios, the T210 torque transducer is a perfect pick for End-of-Line applications or in development test benches.
Effortless retrofitting of existing facilities
Another major benefit for these applications is the ability of the instrument to capture the rotational speed and angle of rotation, after which it transmits these values through a voltage or frequency output. In addition, the round shaft ends enable an easy, free integration. Due to the standardized compact design, customers can effortlessly retrofit their existing facilities with the T210, and it serves users as a unique all-in-one solution.
Among the specifications of this shaft torque sensor: an HBM accuracy class of 0.1; nine nominal torque ranges of measurement, from ½ to 200 newton metres; nominal rotational speed of up to 30,000 disintegrations per minute; speed measurement of 512 impulses per rotation; voltage and frequency output of plus or minus ten volts, ten kilohertz, or plus or minus five kilohertz; linearity deviation of less than or equal to plus or minus 0.05 per cent; and bandwidth measurement of up to one kilohertz.
Precise and universal, the T210 gives users both torque and RPM in one maintenance-free device. Its other features include downwards compatibility with the HBM T21WN torque transducer, a known mounting hole pattern, a three-dimensional model available as a STEP file, and user-friendly integration during planning, installation, and operation. Options for accessories include a five- or ten-metre connection cable, bellow couplings, a cable plug, a VK20A junction box, and TIM-EC/TIM-PN/ClipX interface modules.
Many industries can benefit from using the T210. Among the industries for which the Durham Instruments team recommends the device are general manufacturing, aerospace, automation, food processing, pharmaceuticals, the medical sector, packaging, power generation, alternative energy, transportation, and research and development.
To learn more, contact Durham Instruments.