MCRT® 86000V and 87000V Torque meters have high accuracy in real-world applications, not just in the cal lab. That’s due, in part, to Industries Highest Overrange. High Overrange avoids clipping real-world torque peaks and driveline torsionals. Without high Overrange, clipped peaks produce large measurement errors.
World class temperature performance greatly reduces drive heating and gradient errors. Also enhancing real world performance is noise hardening against electromagnetic interference (EMI) from Variable Frequency Drives, ISM devices and other industrial noise sources - see overleaf.
Bi-directional rotor shunt cal verifies calibration and operation of the entire data chain in CW and CCW modes. It is invoked via stator switches, I/O line or from your computer. Multiple bridges provide immunity to extraneous loads. The short torque path yields high stiffness, low deflection and provides excellent static and dynamic system response. The Torque meter is installed without an additional coupling resulting in a torsionally stiff driveline, with low overhung moment and a short overall length.
The sensors’ output is digitized on the rotor and sent to the stator where analog, frequency and Com Port outputs are created. Choose RS232, RS422, or RS485 communications. Included software interfaces with your Windows-based PC. It displays Real-time, Max/Min and Spread Torque, does limit checks, torque versus time plots and stores test results. Password protection may be invoked when needed.
- Best Real World Accuracy of Any Similar Torque meter, Torque Sensor or Torque Transducer
- High Overange and Overload
- World Class Temperature Performance
- Immunity to External Noise
- High Stiffness and Low Deflection
- Bi-Directional Rotor Shunt Calibration
- Simple, Non-critical Installation
- ISO 17025 Accredited, NIST Traceable Bidirectional Calibration