The rugged design provides accurate bidirectional torque measurements of rotating components up to 2000 rpm. Optionally the CD1110 can receive an on-board amplifier for high-level voltage output. Signal amplification is accomplished before transmission via the slip ring assembly, thus eliminating the noise generated by the contacts. It is also possible to eliminate the contact residual drag torque by placing the transducer sensing element directly in contact with the torque to be measured. With many years of experience as a designer and manufacturer of sensors, Measurement Specialties, Inc. often works with customers to design or customize sensors for specific uses and testing environments. To meet your needs we also offer complete turnkey systems. The matched components (sensor, power, amplifier and digital display) are formatted, calibrated and ready for immediate use.
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