High Precision 207Nm Torque Sensor
- 1500 million usage times.
- Applications include medical surgical robots, collaborative robot, etc.
- Integrated product of resistance strain guage and circuit.
- Stable and reliable performance.
- Adopting an inner and outer flange structure, the inner and outer flanges are designed with a special structure to ensure a relatively stable boundary between the sensor loading surface and the support surface.
A torque sensor is an instrument that measures the torque applied to an object or system. It is used in various applications such as automotive, aerospace, and manufacturing industries, robotics and automation systems, and more. There are two types of torque sensors; static torque sensors and dynamic torque sensors.
A static torque sensor, also called a reaction torque sensor, measures the torque applied to a stationary or static object. It is a non-rotating or fixed type of torque sensor that measures the torque without any rotation of the sensor. It works on the principle of strain gauge technology, where the torque applied to the sensor creates a strain on the sensor’s surface, which is then converted into an electrical signal proportional to the applied torque. Here are some of the advantages of using a static torque sensor:
1. High accuracy and repeatability: Static torque sensors provide high accuracy and repeatability in torque measurements. They have low uncertainty and produce consistent and reliable results, making them ideal for applications that require high precision and accuracy, such as torque wrench calibration, bolt testing, and more.
2. Easy to install and use: Static torque sensors are easy to install and use, making them ideal for various industrial applications. They require minimal or no maintenance, and the measurement process is straightforward and efficient.
3. High overload capacity: Static torque sensors can withstand high overload capacities that occur due to sudden and unexpected torque fluctuations. They are designed to handle various torque ranges, making them ideal for applications that require high torque capacity, such as robotics and automation systems.
4. Non-intrusive and non-contact measurement: Static torque sensors provide non-intrusive and non-contact measurement, making them ideal for applications that require the measurement of torque on a stationary object. This attribute prevents the torque sensor from interfering with the object under test and helps avoid any possible damage to the object.
5. Cost-effective: Static torque sensors are relatively cost-effective compared to dynamic torque sensors, which are more complex and expensive. This affordability makes them ideal for various industrial applications, where high precision and accuracy are required, but the budget is restricted.
6. Send data to a computer or data acquisition system: The electrical signal generated by the static torque sensor can be sent to a computer or data acquisition system, where it can be processed and analyzed. This attribute provides valuable data on the torque applied to an object or system and helps in making informed decisions about the equipment’s maintenance and calibration.
In conclusion, static torque sensors are a valuable tool for various industrial applications due to their high accuracy, repeatability, overload capacity, non-intrusive and non-contact measurement, easy installation, and cost-effectiveness. They are used in various industries and they help in ensuring the equipment’s performance, reliability, and safety.
Model of KWR85N207