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    Reaction Torque Sensor for Torque Wrench Calibration, 5-200 Nm

    $165.61
    Reaction torque sensor is a special static torque sensor for torque wrench calibration. Torque sensor has one end of flange and the other end of square groove. Reaction torque sensors have a capacity range from 5 Nm/10 Nm/20 Nm/50 Nm/100 Nm to 200 Nm, 120%FS safety overload, and can measure both forward and reverse torque.
    SKU: ATO-TQS-S02
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    Delivery date: 6-12 days

    Torque sensors have capacity range from 5 Nm, 10 Nm, 20 Nm, 50 Nm, 100 Nm to 200 Nm. Torque sensor capacity can be customized according to customer requirements.
    After purchasing one ATO torque sensor, you can buy a special digital panel meter to obtain readings directly, or buy a transmitter to output standard signal to PLC, DCS and other systems. Customized output signal is 0~5V, 0~10V, 0~±10V, or 4-20mA.

    Specification:

    Model ATO-TQS-DYJN-102
    Shipping weight 2kg
    Capacity range * 0-5 Nm ~ 0-200 Nm
    Sensitivity 1.0-2.0mV/V
    Zero balance ±2%FS
    Non-linearity 0.2%FS
    Hysteresis 0.05%FS
    Repeatability 0.05%FS
    Creep 0.05%FS/30min
    Temperature drift on zero <0.05%F.S/10℃
    Temperature effect on output <0.05%F.S/10℃
    Operating temperature -20℃~+80℃
    Humidity 0~90%RH
    Impedance 350Ω
    Insulation resistance ≥5000MΩ/100VDC
    Stability 0.3%FS/year
    Safety overload 120%F.S
    Ultimate overload 150%F.S
    Excitation voltage DC 5-15V
    Material Alloy steel
    Protection class IP65
    Electrical connection 5 pin circular connector
    Cable length 3m (Φ3mm)
    Wiring EXC+: Red, EXC-: Black, SIG+: Green, SIG-: White

    Torque sensor dimension (unit: mm):

    Reaction torque sensor for torque wrench calibration 20-500 Nm
    Tips: Torque sensor fails to return to zero after unloading

    There are two conditions if the torque sensor fails to return to zero after installation or unloading the load. The first is the torque sensor connection. The second is overload.
    If the reaction torque sensor still displays the value of 0.1-1 Nm after loading and unloading, it is usually caused by the inconsistent stopping positions of the power terminal and load terminal in the measurement process. Remove the torque sensor and inspect the sensor signal zero point. If it is normal, it is indeed caused by the inconsistent stopping positions of the power terminal and load terminal.
    If the sensor zero point fails to go back to zero when the torque sensor is overloaded, the torque display is inaccurate in the measurement process, and the zero point still doesn't go back to zero after dismantling the sensor, such a condition can be basically confirmed to be caused by the overloaded sensor. The fundamental reason is that the selected range of the sensor is inaccurate or smaller. In normal conditions, in selecting the sensor range, it should be 1.5 times-2 times of the maximum torque value on site. For instance, if the on-site power terminal is the motor, the motor power is 6Kw and the revolving speed is 1500, then the torque should be 38.19N.m after the conversion, and the torque sensor range should be 1.5 times to 2 times of the maximum torque value, because the moment torque in starting the motor is very high, generally higher than the rated torque of the motor.

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