Measuring live torque in real time is easier than ever with the new TorqueTrak 10K telemetry system. Convert virtually any drive shaft into a rotating torque sensor by simply mounting the wireless torque transmitter, battery and a torque sensitive strain gage to the shaft.
Use the infrared remote control to adjust transmitter gain, activate the remote shunt calibration or switch the transmitter to standby power mode. The multi-line LCD receiver display and keypad make system adjustments straightforward. Low power consumption in the rugged transmitter allows longer battery life while sophisticated electronics assure accurate and reliable torque data output.
To lease this system on a monthly basis, please review and send a completed lease agreement to email@example.com. If you have additional data acquisition needs, we recommend this joint lease agreement that includes the OpDAQ Field Test 2 systems.
Easy to Use - Fits any size shaft, any torque level. No machine modifications or disassembly required. Calibration is done off-the-shaft. Receiver display and keypad offer user-friendly interface.
Infrared Remote Control - Control transmitter operation including channel select, gain/range, shunt calibration and low-power standby mode.
Reliable Data Transmission - Clean, noise-free data signal through analog voltage output or digital data output via RS-232.
Standby Power Mode - Extends transmitter battery life without disconnecting the battery.
16 Channels, - 500 Hz Frequency Response Use multiple systems simultaneously.
Rugged - Reinforced, injection-molded transmitter housing is built for demanding applications and features V-groove and tape slot for secure mounting.
User Adjustable Gain - Amplify the strain/torque signal to the most useful level.
Full (four-arm) Wheatstone Bridge strain gage (350Ω standard)
2.5 VDC, ±0.1%
User selectable per chart below (chart based on gage factor = 2.0):
|Transmitter Gain||Full Bridge
4 Active Arms
(Torque or Bending)
2.6 Active Arms
(Tension or Compression)
1 Active Arm
|16000||±125 microstrain||±192 microstrain||±500 microstrain|
|8000||±250 microstrain||±385 microstrain||±1000 microstrain|
|4000||±500 microstrain||±769 microstrain||±2000 microstrain|
|2000||±1000 microstrain||±1538 microstrain||±4000 microstrain|
|1000||±2000 microstrain||±3077 microstrain||±8000 microstrain|
|500||±4000 microstrain||±6154 microstrain||±16,000 microstrain|
SENSOR & POWER CONNECTION:
Screw terminal block
TRANSMITTER POWER INPUT:
7.0 to 18VDC (9V battery typical)
TRANSMITTER POWER CURRENT:
Transmit Mode: 40 mA nom, 50 mA max with 350Ω bridge
Standby Mode: 4 mA nom, 5 mA max
TRANSMITTER BATTERY LIFE:
24 hours in Transmit Mode (9V lithium, 350Ω bridge, 25°C)
20 feet or more
3000 g's (steady state) (e.g. 6500 rpm on a 5 inch diameter shaft)
-30° - 85°C(-22° - 185°F)
SIZE AND WEIGHT (WITHOUT ANTENNA):
1.00"x 1.63"x 2.50", 3 oz (25 mm x 41 mm x 64 mm, 85 grams)
For use with TX10K-S Strain Transmitter
Channel select; Gain/Range; Shunt Calibration 1 and 2; Power Standby
TRANSMIT TYPE AND DISTANCE:
Infrared; up to 10 feet (for use when transmitter is not rotating)
±10 VDC, field adjustable 0.25x to 4.0x
5-way binding posts (banana jacks)
DIGITAL OUTPUT CONNECTION:
RS232 type DB9 connector (cable provided for PC COM port)
RECEIVER POWER INPUT:
12VDC nominal (10 - 18VDC acceptable), 300 mA max
(110VAC or 220VAC adapter provided)
-20° to 70°C (-4° to 158°F)
SIZE AND WEIGHT:
2.88" x 5.75" x 8.50", 2 lbs (73 mm x 146 mm x 216 mm, 1 kg)
±0.25%Reading (max), 25°C ambient
GAIN TEMPERATURE COEFFICIENT1:
±0.005%Reading/°C (max), 0 - 50°C ambient
±0.16%FS (max), 25°C ambient
OFFSET TEMPERATURE COEFFICIENT1:
±0.004%FS/°C (max), 0 - 50°C ambient
0 - 500 Hz (-3dB @ 500Hz)
4.2 msec, typical
SAMPLE TRANSMISSION RATE:
1TX10K Gain = 4000
2RX10K filter setting = 500Hz
DocumentationTT10K Users Guide [PDF]TT10k Datasheet [PDF]TX10K-S Transmitter Drawing [PDF]BH10K Battery Holder Drawing [PDF]RX10K Receiver Drawing [PDF]RM10K Remote Control Drawing [PDF]
Data AcquisitionOpDAQ Field Test 2 Manual [PDF]
Torque CalculatorsRange CalculatorTorque Strain Calculator
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The Op-Torq Field Test 2 data acquisition system typically will be used with the TorqueTrak 10K telemetry instrument for temporary installation and short-term test measurements.
When you need to know the real torque (or horsepower) on your machinery or drive system consider Binsfeld Torque Measurement Services.