The accuracy and quality of the Norbar Static Torque Transducers has made them the first choice of many calibration laboratories throughout the world.
Technical SpecificationWeight: 0.46 KgTemp Range Operating: -10°C to +50°CTemp Range Storage: -20°C to +70°CThermal Effect On Span: < +/- 0.03%/°CThermal Effect On Zero: < +/- 0.01%/°CTorsional Deflection: < 1°Fatigue: > 10 exp 7 cyclesMaximum Torsion Capacity: 150%Connector: 6 Way Mil SpecDrive 1: 1/2" Male SquareDrive 2: 1/2" Female SquareFeaturesUp to 5000 N·m (5000 lbf·ft) classified to BS7882:2008, typically better than Class 1 for the primary classification range (+/-0.5% of reading).Robust, heat treated, alloy steel torsion shaft design.Designed to ignore non torsional forces.Operates in clockwise and anti-clockwise directions.Calibrated in clockwise direction as standard. Anti-clockwise calibration provided on request.'SMART' transducers have a built in memory circuit which contains essential information about the transducer. This information can be read by Norbar's 'Pro-Log' instrument meaning that when the transducer is connected, it is immediately recognised and ready for use. When ordering for a Pro-Log, use part code suffix '.LOG' (eg. 50659.LOG) if you require a torque units calibration certificate.'SMART' transducers can also be used with many instruments not of Norbar manufacture. However, these will operate as normal ratio calibrated (mV/V) transducers - the 'SMART' data will not be read. For non Norbar instruments or for when a mV/V certificate is required, use part code suffix '.IND'.Calibration up to 100,000 N·m with UKAS Certificate.
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