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DAN PWA88230 PEI-Genesis Daniels Mfg. Not Provided SCT-TB1 TEST BLOCK WITH TORQUE WRENCH
STP-DRV-4850 Automationdirect.com Not Provided Motion Control / Stepper Systems / Stepper Drives -z- Power capable of running step/direction, CW/CCW, A/B Quad, analog input (velocity mode), internal indexing and serial command control (via RS-232 communication).   Advanced features include anti-resonance damping, torque ripple smoothing, command signal filtering, self-test mode...
STP-DRV-80100 Automationdirect.com Not Provided Motion Control / Stepper Systems / Stepper Drives -z- Power step/direction, CW/CCW, A/B Quad, analog input (velocity mode), internal indexing and serial command control (via RS-232 communication). Advanced features include anti-resonance damping, torque ripple smoothing, command signal filtering, self-test mode and circuit protection (overvoltage, undervoltage...
05133862055 Automationdirect.com Not Provided Tools & Test Equipment / Wrenches, Ratchets & Socket Sets / Ratchets & Socket Sets Wera Koloss ratchet set, three-piece, 1/2 inch drive, includes Koloss ratchet with hammer feature and ergonomic grip handle, handle extension with release pin for increased torque, synthetic rubber hammer face pad. Heavy-duty holster with belt loop included. Equivalent Wera p/n 133862.
TST Tequipment.Net Mark-10 Not Provided Test stand, torque, hand wheel - operated, 100 lbin, vertical
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