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Rotary Torque Sensor Spotlight

With its vast product offering of 3,000 parts, FUTEK has built a solid reputation as a solution source for torque sensors. Join us as Amirreza Mehran, Mechanical Engineer from FUTEK's Torque Sensor division, offers an in-depth overview of our rotary torque sensors. Our discussion will touch on the best design practices, system integration, and the variables engineers will need to consider when selecting these types of sensors.



Date: July 25, 2012
Time: 2 PM EDT (11 AM PDT)
Duration: 1 hour
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Overview

The test and measurement industry has its own share of challenges. Product accuracy, capabilities, environmental conditions, and budget are typical challenges design engineers face when looking for the perfect sensor solution for their specific application. Understanding these challenges, FUTEK offers a broad selection of rotary torque sensors to help engineers overcome them.

Please join Amirreza Mehran, FUTEK's Mechanical Engineer, in a presentation highlighting our rotary torque sensors. With multiple shaft configurations and a capacity range from 0.2 Nm to 5,000 Nm, these sensors can work in the most diverse applications. Whether the application is in aerospace, automation, automotive, or precision testing, these rotary torque sensors have the capabilities to meet strict requirements while providing impeccably accurate results.

Amirreza will share insights into multiple applications, and will include several demonstration videos throughout his presentation. From the units' accessories to instruments designed to be paired with sensors, Amirreza will walk attendees through typical and some atypical uses, leaving attendees with knowledge of the full potential of these sensors.

Key Take-Aways

  • Learn best practices when designing and implementing rotary torque sensors in a test system
  • Understand how environmental factors impact the performance of rotary torque sensors
  • Discover how the integration of rotary torque sensors with electronic components can help achieve precision and accuracy
  • Review application examples for best practices in system integration

Speaker

Amirreza Mehran, Mechanical Engineer, FUTEK Advanced Sensor Technology, Inc.

Amirreza Mehran holds a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Tehran, in which he graduated Summa Cum Laude. Additionally, graduated Summa Cum Laude with a M. Sc in Mechanical Engineering from the University of California, San Diego with a specialization in biomechanics. His experiences as a mechanical engineer and FUTEK's Torque Division team leader includes designing and developing standard product lines, including rotary torque sensors and custom projects. His expertise allows him to consistently pursue projects that require the highest accuracy while operating in challenging environments and adhering to standards, such as ISO17025, A2LA, ISO9001 and AS9100.