S. Himmelstein and Co. (Hoffman Estates, IL) released the MCRT® 48200V Series Compact Digital Torquemeters, having no pots, switches, and requires no manual adjustment. The non-contact devices have full-scale ranges from 25 to 10,000 lbf-in. Two accuracy grades are available: 0.2% (Code N standard performance) and 0.15% (Code C enhanced performance). The series outputs ±10 V or ±5 V analogs of torque and engineering unit data via com port. Features include internal signal processing accurate to 14 bits; strain gage sensing; alloy steel shaft with 200% torque overload capacity; NIST traceable calibration; noise tolerance; and optional speed pickup. Included is software that interfaces with Windows® PCs that displays engineering unit current, peak, valley, and spread data, as well as classifying limits and plotting in real time.
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