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Supplier: Link Engineering Company
Description: Measures clutch wear over extended operating conditions
- Mechanical Test: Friction / Wear, Specialty / Other
- Display / Interface: Digital Readout / Interface, Video / Graphic Display, Computer Interface
- Application Software: Yes
Supplier: Cooper Instruments & Systems
Description: The GD tension gage is an extremely simple device to use, to measure, spring tension, starting torque of motors and pressure of brushes in electro-mechanical devices. The maximum reading pointer moves with the indicator when testing and will remain at the maximum force measured. The gage’s
- Mechanical Test: Tensile
- Display / Interface: Analog Display / Interface
Supplier: Cooper Instruments & Systems
Description: ), these kits make job task analysis easy and accurate. Because the Series MK can be used to measure forces encountered by employees while performing their job tasks, it is ideal for ADA compliance. This device has many other applications, too, such as force testing in the manufacture of hand or body
- Measurement Type: Force / Weight
- Sensor / Transducer Interfaces: Piezoelectric
- Special Instrument Type: Handheld, Portable, Modular, Battery Powered
- Measurement Features: Limits / Set Points, Peak Hold
Supplier: Power Test, Inc.
Description: ) - Downshift inhibitor test - Measure output torque - Locate shaft seal leaks - Identify clutch leakage - Check noise/vibration - Detect mechanical binding - Check main, clutch and converter pressure - Monitor converter flow and temperature A versatile test stand designed for testing heavy-duty
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TECAT Performance Sensors
WISE Torque Telemetry System
Digital Offset. Optional Onboard 3-Axis Accelerometer (+/- 16g). Optional Onboard Atmospheric Temp/Pressure Sensor. Applications. Torque testing on rotating shafts in confined spaces. Torque testing on half shafts, drive shafts, and prop shafts. Torsional vibration testing. Steering column testing... (read more)
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Dial Torque Screwdriver
screwdriver can perform these two common torque testing and verification methods. 1) First Movement Test - Once the fastener has been tightened, employ the use of torque measuring tool. Mark the tightened fastener and surrounding application. In the tightening direction, begin to slowly apply force to the tool until the first movement in the fastener is noted. The reading recorded is a good indication of the original torque applied to the joint. This is the best way... (read more)
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Cooper Instruments & Systems
Select the Right Torque Load Cell
or break). Another component in understanding your application will be your testing environment. Will the sensor be exposed to extreme temperature, corrosive liquids, intense vibration, etc.? Other considerations that may influence your final decision are size, cost, availability and special requirements. Define your Capacity Requirements. As with load cells, you'll want to choose a capacity over the expected maximum operating torque, so as not to accidentally overload the sensor. Don't forget... (read more)
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Force Measurement Systems
test frames with our L2 Series digital controller and L2 Series force measurement software. Our FMS Series systems measure force from 5N (1lbf) to 5kN (1124lbf) using precision FLC Series load cell sensors. (read more)
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PCB Piezotronics, Inc.
Fastener Test Systems
instrumentation, including: The portable Model 962 used for basic torque-tension testing. The Model 3200 LabMaster Professional for more complex laboratory and research testing. Model 3210 LabMaster Portable – the portable version of the Model 3200. Fastener tension load cell. These load cells measure the clamp load or fastener tension that is developed when the fastener is tightened. These high accuracy load cells accept standard Skidmore-Wilhelm plate and bushing sets to accommodate most... (read more)
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New ways to measure torque
testing, turbine testing, pump testing. This may seem like a bit of an. and testing of gear trains and power. overstatement. But if you need to. measurement within propulsion systems. measure torque and you have not. Monitoring torque can be critical to the. looked at new technologies lately, you
guarantees the operator repeatable accuracy and adherence to international standards. Torque testing also ensures torque equipment is operating to peak performance and can highlight potential tooling problems before they arise perhaps due to tool wear or broken components. Torque Measurement Tool
The Evolution of Real-Time Testing
Real-time testing involves the use of a real-time environment to implement a test application. Engineers use real-time testing techniques primarily to achieve greater reliability and/or determinism in a test system. These techniques also play a critical role in the development of many of today's
Torque Sensor Application - Rotating Torque Monitoring System
, and automation measurement platforms, FUTEK's extensive load cell line has been utilized in testing environments from ... read more Torque Sensors Primarily used in process control and auditing, FUTEK has advanced their respective lines of torque sensors to meet the application requirements
Torque Sensor Application - Low Capacity
, and automation measurement platforms, FUTEK's extensive load cell line has been utilized in testing environments from ... read more Torque Sensors Primarily used in process control and auditing, FUTEK has advanced their respective lines of torque sensors to meet the application requirements of most
Made To Measure
advantages and disadvantages. Accelerometers are probably the most widely used transducers in any investigation work on a structure of any kind. NVH (Noise, Vibration & Harshness) testing is just one of many fields that make use of them. If there is a requirement to find the frequency of a vibration
Torque Sensor Application - Precision & Maintenance
used in aerospace, medical, and automation measurement platforms, FUTEK's extensive load cell line has been utilized in testing environments from ... read more Torque Sensors Primarily used in process control and auditing, FUTEK has advanced their respective lines of torque sensors to meet
Virtual Engineering Lab for Motor Testing and Development
Many companies choose technical specialists for their skills instead of their proximity, employing product development teams that are not all on site. During system experiments and testing, however, this distributed expertise must all have access to the hardware laboratory. To answer this need
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