Short T40HS torque flange for rotational speeds up to 45,000 rpm
T40HS: Minimizing Measurement Uncertainty in High-Speed Applications
T40HS is the space and cost saving torque transducer for your high-speed application up to 45,000 rpm. T40HS is characterized by its short design and offers high stiffness and precision thus allowing for a low measurement uncertainty when testing high-speed propulsion systems, turbines, transmission test rigs, adjustable actuators or the efficiency of complete drive trains. Due to its lightweight titanium body, the high-speed torque sensor has a low moment of inertia. This results in a lower torque during acceleration and reduced bearing load. You thus increase the lifetime of your propulsion system. The perfect solution for motorsport engine or aerospace applications.
- HBM accuracy class: 0.05
- Rotational speed: up to 45,000 RPM
- Accuracy class: 0.05
- Minimal non-linearity, small hysteresis and excellent repeatability
- TC0 of only 0.05 % /10 K
High accuracy guarantees wide measurement ranges. The minimal measurement uncertainty enables reliable results and therefore ensures accurate end of line control in production.
- Compact design
- High stiffness
- Low moment of inertia
- Rotational speed up to 45,000 rpm
- Lightweight titanium body
- EMC, FCC and IC compliant
Due to its lightweight titanium body, the high-speed torque sensor has a low moment of inertia. This results in a lower torque during acceleration and reduced bearing load. You thus increase the lifetime of your system.
- Simple installation
- Proven reliability and mechanical stability
- Regulatory approvals granted
- Redundant output optionally available
- Custom designs available
Reliable under high dynamic or harsh environmental conditions such as electromagnetic interference. Developed according to the relevant standards.
T40HS Product Literature
|T40 family - Brochure||English|
|T40 family - Brochure (Russian)||Russian|
|Drehmoment richtig messen||German|
|Measuring Torque Correctly||English|
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