Break-over torque wrenches

These break-over type torque wrenches, used to precisely fasten connections between components and systems, are suitable for multiple RF connector types

06/19/2014


These break-over type torque wrenches, used to precisely fasten connections Courtesy: Fairview Microwavebetween components and systems, are suitable for multiple RF connector types including 1.0mm, 2.4mm, 2.92mm, 3.5mm, 7mm, SC, SMA, SMC, SSMA, SSMC, Type N and TNC designs. Offered with hex sizes of 5/16", 5/8", 15/64", 5/32", 1/4", 9/16", 13/16", 3/4" and 25/32", the maximum torque values range from 2 in-lbs to 14 in-lbs depending on the chosen configuration.

Featuring a unique pivoting joint that "breaks" when the preset torque force has been reached preventing over tightening and damage. Each wrench is calibrated in compliance with ANSI/NCSLZ540-3 and ISO_10011 standards and are constructed of nickel-plated and anodized aluminum.

Fairview Microwave
http://www.fairviewmicrowave.com/rf-products/break-over-torque-wrenches.html



Mike , AR, United States, 07/02/14 10:00 AM:

This seems like a good opportunity for a busted knucle, kind of like when a wrench slips off the bolt head. But I guess 14 in-lbs is not very much torque and quite possibly not enough to stretch a 3/4 grade 2 bolt.
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