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    Static Torque Sensor

    Small size static torque sensor with affordable price for sale online. Static torque transducer adopts with stainless steel material. The working temperature of compact torque sensor between -20 ℃ to 60 ℃. This torque sensor is widely used in various torque testers, torque wrenches and other static torque measurement fields.
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    A static torque sensor is a device designed to measure and quantify the twisting force, or torque, applied to an object without any rotational movement. This sensor typically employ strain gauge technology or other transduction methods to convert the applied torque into an electrical signal.


    • Compact size, stainless steel material, with high precision and good stability.
    • Strong anti-interference capability and easy installation.
    • Low Maintenance. Static torque sensors generally have fewer moving parts compared to dynamic torque sensors.
    • Durability. These sensors are designed to withstand harsh conditions, making them durable in demanding environments.


    • Model: ATO-LZ-N7
    • Material: stainless steel
    • Sensitivity: 1.0-2.0 mV/V
    • Non-Linearity: ≤±0.3% F. S
    • Repeatability: ≤±0.3% F. S
    • Creep: ≤±0.3% F. S/30 min
    • Zero Temperature Drift: ≤±0.05% F. S/10℃
    • Sensitivity Temperature Drift: ≤±0.05% F. S/10℃
    • Working Temperature: -20~60℃
    • Input Impedance: 380±30Ω/730±30Ω
    • Output Impedance: 350±2Ω/700±3Ω
    • Insulation Resistance: ≥5000MΩ/100VDC
    • Safety Overload: 120% F. S
    • Bridge Voltage: 5-12VDC

    Dimension: (Unit: mm)

    Static torque sensor dimension

    Wiring Method:

    Static torque sensor wiring method

    Tips: How Does Static Torque Sensor Differ From Dynamic Torque Sensor?

    Static torque sensors and dynamic torque sensors differ primarily in their intended applications and the nature of the torque they measure. Static torque sensors are designed for stationary or slow-moving applications where the torque remains constant over time. They excel in scenarios where the torque needs to be measured in a fixed or non-rotating system, such as in industrial processes or quality control.

    On the other hand, dynamic torque sensors are specifically engineered to measure rapidly changing or fluctuating torque levels in dynamic systems. These sensors are suitable for applications involving rotating machinery, engines, or other systems where the torque varies dynamically. Dynamic torque sensors often have a faster response time to capture rapid changes in torque and are crucial for tasks such as performance testing, dynamic control, and monitoring of rotating equipment in real-time. The key distinction lies in their adaptability to either static or dynamic torque measurement scenarios.

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