Torque Sensors – Rotary Socket Slip Ring [01325]

An angle encoder and round or square housings are available with this model. Square housings have optional foot mounts. These strain gage based sensors are designed to measure torque in low capacity applications such as checking calibration in mechanical torque wrenches and air powered nut runners. The design incorporates a coin silver slip ring assembly that transmits excitation voltage to, and output signals from, the rotating drive sensor. These sensors can be supplied with Auto-ID, which eliminates scaling when used with the PMAC 2000 instrument.


  • 4 pin Bendix connector (non-Auto-ID)
    • 10 pin Bendix connector (Auto-ID)
    • Square or Hex drive
    • Integral angle encoder – 1024 ppr or 60 tooth mag pick-up (requires 10 pin connector)
    • Integrated amplifier; +/-5V, +/-10V or 4-20mA
    • Foot mount



Capacity See chart
Overload capacity 150% of F.S.
Output at F.S See chart
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 -40 to +185°F
Temperature effect on zero 0.002% of F.S./°F
Temperature effect on span 0.002% of Rdg./°F
Bridge resistance 1000 Ohms
Excitation voltage, maximum 20 Vdc
Maximum speed 5000 RPM*


Shaft Alloy Steel
Housing Aluminum