The torque measuring shafts of the DF series in figures
Max. Speed up to 25,000 rpm
Accuracy class ≤ ±0.04 % F.S.
A/D converter: 24 bit
D/A for analog output: 16 bit
Sum sampling rate: 25 kHz
Operating temperature range: 0…85 °C
Nominal gap distance < 4 mm (rotor / stator distance)
Limit torque 300%
Customized measuring ranges on request
DIN flange dimensions combined with compact design
No stator ring
The DF series torque measuring flanges feature an innovative measuring element in combination with digital multi-channel telemetry. This enables an extremely wide bandwidth of installation and measurement arrangements. The torquemeter is unique in that it features three genuine strain gauge amplifiers electronics of the rotor. The additional overflow channel transmits measurement values of up to 300% of the nominal torque. The rotor temperature is also signaled. The flange dimensions of the DF series conform to the DIN norm and are compatible with similar products from our competitors.
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