HBM Test and Measurement products are available in Canada from Durham Instruments – like the T21WN torque transducer. Based in strain-gauge technology, this compact device is an upgrade of the T20WN transducer, and users can quickly, easily integrate the unit into the measurement chain with the robust VK20A junction box.
A highly practical, flexible solution for torque measurement in numerous tasks, the T21WN uses non-contacting energy and measurement signal transmission.
A safe and all-inclusive device
The T21WN is a versatile unit that HBM deems suitable for reliable measurement of relatively low static and dynamic torque on both rotating and non-rotating components. Workers can use this torque transducer in test benches for bearings and in material or haptic tests in medical-engineering applications and research laboratories, for instance. Durham Instruments recommends it for use in such fields as general manufacturing, aerospace, automation, food processing, forestry, the medical sector, the military, mining, packaging, power generation, alternative energy, and transportation.
This torque transducer is a safe and all-inclusive device that provides maintenance-free operation, rotational-speed measurement with 360 pulses per revolution, and angle-of-rotation measurement with an integrated measurement system. Among the other features and specifications of the device:
A wide range of accessories is available for this device. The lineup includes connection cables in five- or ten-metre lengths, a cable socket with 12 pins, bellows couplings, a VK20A junction box, and TIM-EC/TIM-PN/ClipX interface modules.
The T21WN can be operated with the bellows couplings in any mounting position; this includes horizontally, vertically, or at an angle. Additional elements must be supported adequately for the latter two positions. Users must not overstretch the bellows couplings beyond the permissible flexibility limits.
To learn more, contact Durham Instruments.