Torque Sensors – Rotary Shaft with Brush Lift [01100]

These strain gage based sensors are designed to measure rotating torque in systems that undergo large angular displacements. Examples are motor shafts, fans, and crankshafts. These sensors incorporate a slip ring design to transmit the signals produced during operation.

• Pneumatic brush lifter
• Integral speed sensor – 60 tooth mag pick-up
• Footmount



Capacity 100 to 20,000in-lbs
Overload capacity 150% of F.S.
Output at F.S 2mV/V
Non-linearity 0.10% of F.S.
Hysteresis 0.10% of F.S.
Zero balance 1.00% of F.S.
Compensated temperature 70 to 170°F
Useable temperature -65 to +250°F
Temperature effect on zero 0.002% of F.S./°F
Temperature effect on span 0.002% of Rdg./°F
Bridge resistance  350 Ohms
Excitation voltage, maximum 20 Vdc
Maximum speed 6000 RPM
Shaft Material Alloy Steel