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    Static Torque Transducer, Dual Flange, 0 -1/2/3/5 Nm

    Buy a torque transducer for static torque measurement online. Double flange connection, 0 -1/2/3/5 N.m low range torque measurement, easy installation and use, low price, high precision, stable and reliable performance.
    SKU: ATO-TQS-205
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    Delivery date: 6-12 days

    High precision static torque sensor with 0 -1/2/3/5 N.m low range torque measurement, both ends are flange connection, easy to install and use. Low price static torque sensor is used for torque and power detection of fans, water pumps, gearboxes, and torque wrenches.


    • Model: ATO-NJL-205
    • Measuring Range: 0~0.2/0.3/0.5/1/2/3/5 N.m
    • Output Sensitivity: 1.0~2.0mV/V
    • Comprehensive Accuracy: ±0.1%F.S, ±0.3%F.S, ±0.5%F.S (Linearity+Repeatability+Hysteresis)
    • Working Temperature: -20~+65℃
    • Temperature Compensation Range: -10~+60℃
    • Zero Point Temperature Effect: ±0.1%F.S/10℃
    • Excitation Voltage: 5~15V DC (Recommended Voltage: 10V DC)
    • Response Frequency: 100μS
    • Insulation Resistance: 2000MΩ/100V DC
    • Input Resistance: 700±10/350±10Ω
    • Output Resistance: 700±5/350±5Ω
    • Zero Point Output: 0~±1%F.S
    • Safety Overload: 120%F.S
    • Material: Alloy Steel
    • Electrical Connection: Red/E+, Black/E-, Green/S+, White/S-

    Dimension (Unit: mm)

    Static torque transducer dimension


    Static torque transducer applications

    Tips: Static Torque Transducer vs. Dynamic Torque Transducer

    Static and dynamic torque transducers have distinct differences. Static torque transducers measure torque in non-rotating or stationary components. They typically use strain gauge technology, where strain gauges are attached to a stationary part to measure deformation and calculate torque. These transducers are suitable for environments where torque does not change rapidly and are mainly used in laboratory settings, material testing, and calibration tasks. They are generally simpler and less expensive.

    In contrast, dynamic torque transducers measure torque in rotating components. They may also use strain gauges or advanced technologies like magnetoelastic effects to measure torque in real-time. Designed for applications with rapidly changing torque, dynamic torque transducers provide continuous torque data during rotation. Due to the need to operate under dynamic conditions, these transducers are more complex and typically more expensive. They are essential in automotive testing, aerospace, industrial machinery, and real-time performance monitoring.

    Overall, static torque transducers are ideal for static measurements and low-speed applications, whereas dynamic torque transducers are crucial for real-time measurements in high-speed rotating environments, offering vital real-time data on the performance and health of mechanical systems.

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