The Snap-on Industrial Digital Torque Tester (DDT) from Snap-on Industrial (Kenosha, WI) features light weight and an integral transducer and rugged housing. It can be wall-mounted or used in a benchtop vise to allow the user to test torque wrenches and torque screwdrivers. It features a 4.7" touchpad screen to capture peak torque values during real-time testing, and downloads test data to a PC. The testers include a carrying case, two socket driver reducer adapters, AC/DC power supply, AC adapter, and USB cable.

The six models range in capacity from ¼" drive, 10-100 in. oz., to ¾" drive, 60-600 ft. lbs. All models display readings in English, Newton meters, and kilogram-centimeter units of torque. It requires six AA batteries, or can run off the AC adapter.

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