BLRTSX

The BLRTSX brushless rotary torque sensors are an ideal torque-auditing tool for testing the actual torque being applied on the assembly application. Particularly valuable for measuring torque on pulse tools with strong vibrations. By connecting a rotary torque sensor between an electric or pneumatic tool and the assembly application, you can monitor the torque being applied from the tool to a fastener or bolt.




Description

The BLRTSX brushless rotary torque sensors are an ideal torque-auditing tool for testing the actual torque being applied on the assembly application. Particularly valuable for measuring torque on pulse tools with strong vibrations. By connecting a rotary torque sensor between an electric or pneumatic tool and the assembly application, you can monitor the torque being applied from the tool to a fastener or bolt.

Applications

  • Indicate to measuring torque on pulse tools with strong vibrations
  • Indicate to measuring torque on pneumatic tools
  • Indicate to measuring torque on electric tools
  • To measure the torque being applied from the tools and the fastners
  • Completely  connectable with Airtechnology RIGHTWAY® test bench

Strengths

  • The brushless rotary torque sensor is a compact design & bi-directional.
  • The common brush bounce that plagues the accuracy testing of pulse tools is cured when using a BLRTSX.
  • Bi-directional.
  • Non-Contact signal transfer and maintenance free.
  • For use with most power tools, high RPM tools, or rotational measurement applications.
  • Features ARCII technology, an instant auto-recognition system of the BLRTSX connected to the PTT or LTT.
  • Accuracy ± .2% of full scale*.

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Schermata 2019 07 11 alle 16.53.28  Avvitatori per assemblaggio industriale The BLRTSX brushless rotary torque sensors are an ideal torque-auditing tool for testing the actual torque being applied on the assembly application. Particularly valuable for measuring torque on pulse tools with strong vibrations. By connecting a rotary torque sensor between an electric or pneumatic tool and the assembly application, you can monitor the torque being applied from the tool to a fastener or bolt.