1060 Rotary Torque Transducer-Torque and Rotation Measurement

1060 Rotary Torque Transducer-Torque and Rotation Measurement

Rotary torque transducer is a device used to measure the torque of a rotating system. Rotary Torque Transducer (Model:1060) is developed on the basis of strain gauge technology. 1060 Rotary Torque Transducer can measure rotational speed. Such as applied by continuous and pulse electric tools Tightening torque. It can measure both static torque and rotating torque; the range is 0-5000Nm optional, non-standard can be customized.

Features of 1060 Rotary Torque Transducer

  • Both static torque and rotating torque can be measured;
  • Measurable speed;
  • High detection accuracy, good stability and strong anti-interference;
  • The speed can reach 1800-4000 rpm;
  • The forward and reverse torque can be continuously measured without repeated zero adjustment;
  • There are no wear parts such as collector rings, so it can run at high speed for a long time;
  • The strain elastic body has high strength and can bear 150% load;
  • Strong anti-interference, can be installed in any position and direction;
  • The sensor part can be used independently from the secondary instrument. It directly forms a torque measurement device with the measurement board, PLC or DCS;

Technical Parameters

ParametersTechnical indicators
Sensitivity1.5±10% mV / V
Zero output±1% F.S.
Nonlinear±0.1,0.3% F.S.
Hysteresis≤±0.05% F.S.
Repeatability≤±0.05% F.S
Creep≤±0.03% F.S/30min
Temperature Sensitivity Drift0.03% F.S. / 10℃
Zero temperature drift0.03% F.S. / 10℃
Input resistance350,750±10Ω
Input resistance350,700±5Ω
Response frequency100μS
Insulation resistance≥5000MΩ/ 100VDC
Excitation voltage10VDC(9-15VDC)
Temperature Compensation Range-10 ~ 60℃
Range of working temperature-20 ~ 65℃
Safe Overload150% F.S.
Extreme overload200% F.S.
Cable sizeØ5.2×3m
Electrical connectionsRed/E+, Black/E-, Green/S+, White/S-
MaterialAluminium, stainless or alloy steel
Other requestcustomizable


1060-00551048432528.538.21422105984-M3 deep 6
1061-10010012460385830614.51961810114-M3 deep 10
1062-500500159735373.54082427172815124-M3 deep 10
1063-100010002491259012560164445285025144-M3 deep 12
1064-200020002981329512880164947.5285525224-M3 deep 12
1065-50005000367157139171100226667.5307530224-M3 deep 12

More About Rotary Torque Transducer

The Rotary Torque Transducer is a sensor with a resistance strain gage as a resistance conversion element. Resistance strain gauges are based on the resistance-strain effect of metal resistance wires. The so-called strain effect refers to a physical phenomenon in which the resistance value of a metal conductor (resistance wire) changes with deformation (elongation or shortening).

A resistance strain gauge is pasted on the elastic body of the dynamic torque sensor to form a Wheatstone bridge. Apply the excitation voltage to the bridge. Under the action of torque, the elastic body deforms. The strain gage thus produces a change in resistance. This makes the bridge unbalanced. The bridge outputs a voltage signal that is linearly related to torque.

There are two speed measurement methods for dynamic torque sensors: photoelectric encoder speed measurement and Hall effect speed measurement.
Both methods output 60 pulses in one revolution of the sensor. Torque measurement sensor, and then convert the pulse into frequency square wave output.

The calibration of the rotary torque transducer can be selected in different ways. Calibration in a calibration laboratory or on-site at a test bench. The task of calibrating sensors, such as those used in power test benches. It has always been to transmit the measured torque into the application.

The simplest is to measure the torque transmission performed directly by a torque sensor that resides in the driveline. This is where the calibration of the torque transducer at the factory calibration facility or other on-site calibration laboratory is cited as a reference.

There is another way to calibrate the torque sensor is dynamic calibration. As a dynamic calibration in the narrow sense, it must be recognized that the torque obtained during calibration changes rapidly with time. It corresponds in its dynamics to possible operating time changes. This requires both the determination of the reference torque and the measurement of the output of the sensor to be calibrated when the torque is continuously changing.

Calibration method and steps of torque sensor:

  1. Calibration preparation: calibration tools (weight assembly, torque connector (for folding testing machine), enamel plate (for automatic torque machine), rotary testing machine, torque handle).
  2. Turn on the industrial control host. Open the test software to ensure that the pressure sensor and the motion card are connected stably. The value jump is within the error (0.01gf.cm-0.03gf).
  3. Assemble the auxiliary connector.
  4. Open the software and select the range corresponding to the sensor. Then open the calibration sensor interface and clear the value when the sensor is unloaded.
  5. Select the appropriate weight according to the range of the sensor. For example, 2N.m selects 200g and 100g weights. Tie the weight to one end of the connecting piece, and hang it on one end of the pulley through the rope along the groove circle of the standard piece. Keep the contact state stable without external force.
  6. Click Calibration on the software calibration interface. Enter the torque value for the calibration weight (gravity * arm) and click OK.
  7. Change the direction to wrap the weight and check the reversal force value. If the difference is large (>0.5gf.cm), take the average of the positive and negative force values.
  8. Record the calibration date, and the tool fills in the equipment sensor calibration record form.
  9. The calibration period is generally one year. If repaired or adjusted during use, recalibrate.

A torque transducer is a device that helps measure how much twisting force is being applied to an object. It’s like a scale that measures how much weight is being applied, but instead of weight, it measures torque.

For example, if you’re trying to tighten a bolt with a wrench, a torque transducer can tell you how much force you’re using to turn the wrench. This can be helpful because over-tightening or under-tightening a bolt can cause problems, so knowing the right amount of torque to use is important.

Torque transducers are used in all sorts of industries, from manufacturing and engineering to automotive and aerospace. They’re helpful for ensuring that machines and equipment are working properly, and for testing the strength and durability of different materials.

Read more about: What Is a Torque Transducer? How to Choose?

Here are the different types of torque transducers:

  1. Strain gauge torque sensors – use tiny wires attached to a metal shaft to measure the twisting force. The changes in resistance can be used to calculate the torque.
  2. Magnetic torque sensors – use magnets to measure the amount of twisting force. The sensor has two parts, one that’s fixed and one that rotates with the object being measured. The changes in the magnetic field can be measured and used to calculate the torque.
  3. Optical torque sensors – use light to measure the twisting force. They work by detecting changes in the polarization or phase of the light as it passes through the material being measured.
  4. Piezoelectric torque sensors – use crystals to generate an electrical charge in response to the force. The charge generated is proportional to the torque being applied.

The type of torque transducer used depends on the specific application and the accuracy and precision required for the measurement.

To measure the torque on a rotating shaft, you can use a torque transducer. A torque transducer is a device that attaches to the shaft and measures the twisting force applied to it.

To measure the torque, you first need to install the torque transducer onto the shaft. This usually involves attaching the sensor to the end of the shaft and making sure it’s securely fastened.

Once the torque transducer is installed, you can start taking measurements. The sensor will detect the twisting force as the shaft rotates, and this information can be displayed on a digital readout or recorded for later analysis.

To get an accurate measurement, it’s important to make sure the torque transducer is properly calibrated and that any external factors that could affect the measurement, such as temperature or vibration, are accounted for.

Overall, measuring torque on a rotating shaft is a relatively simple process that can provide valuable information about the performance and efficiency of a machine or system.

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Sino-Inst is a manufacturer of 1060 Rotary Torque Transducer-Torque and Rotation Measurement. We offer more than 10 types of Rotary Torque Transducers. Rotary Torque Transducers can measure a variety of different mechanical power, rotational speed and torque measuring devices.

Rotary Torque Transducer is also called rotary torque sensor, torque transducer. Mainly used for torque measurement in dynamic situations. The Rotary Torque Transducer is equipped with a speed measuring device, which can measure the rotational speed while measuring the torque. At this time, the Rotary Torque Transducer can also be called a torque speed sensor.

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Rotary Torque Transducer for the Torque of Rotating System

Rotary torque transducer is a device used to measure the torque of a rotating system. Rotary Torque Transducer (Model:1060) is developed on the basis of strain gauge technology. 1060 Rotary Torque Transducer can measure rotational speed. Such as applied by continuous and pulse electric tools Tightening torque. It can measure both static torque and rotating torque; the range is 0-5000Nm optional, non-standard can be customized.

Product SKU: 1060 Rotary Torque Transducer-Torque and Rotation Measurement

Product Brand: Sino-Inst

Product Currency: USD

Product Price: 800

Price Valid Until: 2029-09-09

Product In-Stock: InStock

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