Torque sensor handles low torque, high speed

San Jose, Calif.—Model BLRTSX Brushless Torque Sensor is designed to measure torque on pulse tools with strong vibrations. For measuring very low torque ranges (3-4 oz-in.), brushless transducers deliver greater accuracy by eliminating brush drag that degrades low-torque readings. It also excels in high-speed applications where brushes are prone to faulty contact due to centrifugal forces.

By Staff August 1, 2001

San Jose, Calif .—Model BLRTSX Brushless Torque Sensor is designed to measure torque on pulse tools with strong vibrations. For measuring very low torque ranges (3-4 oz-in.), brushless transducers deliver greater accuracy by eliminating brush drag that degrades low-torque readings. It also excels in high-speed applications where brushes are prone to faulty contact due to centrifugal forces. Mountz BLRTSX features 5-V output at full scale (FS), much higher than typical torque sensors, and maintains an accuracy of www.etorque.com

Mountz Inc.