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    Static Torque Sensor, Disc Type, 0-50 Nm

    Torque sensor with good price for sale. Strong anti-interference and good stability. The safety overload of static torque sensor is 120%F.S. Torque transducer adopts with silicone gel to effectively isolate air and dust, effectively improves shock resistance and ensures stable operation of components.
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    Unlike dynamic torque transducer, which is used for measuring torque in rotating systems, static torque sensor focus on stationary applications. This sensor is employed in scenarios such as torque wrench calibration, bolt tightening verification, and material testing.


    • 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-NJY40
    • Material: stainless steel
    • Sensitivity: 1.5-2.0 mV/V
    • Non-Linearity: ≤±0.5% F. S
    • Repeatability: ≤±0.5% F. S
    • Creep: ≤±0.5% 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)

    0-50Nm disc type static torque sensor dimension

    Wiring Method:

    0-50 Nm disc type static torque sensor wiring method

    Tips: Are There Any Calibration Requirements For Static Torque Sensor?

    Yes, calibration is a crucial aspect of ensuring the accuracy and reliability of static torque sensors. Calibration requirements for static torque sensors involve periodic adjustments to maintain precision and consistency in torque measurements. The calibration process typically involves comparing the sensor's output to a reference standard, identifying any deviations, and making necessary corrections. The frequency of calibration depends on factors such as usage conditions, environmental factors, and industry regulations. Calibration ensures that the sensor provides accurate and consistent readings over time, improving the overall reliability of torque measurements in various applications, including manufacturing, automotive, and aerospace.

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