Hex-Drive Rotary Torque Sensors are typically used to verify screw spindles and measuring torque of power driven tools (torque measurement tool).
How to measure torque? Hex-Drive Rotary Torque Sensor (TRH Series) paired with Instrumentation (IPM650, IHH500 or USB520)
Under quality assurance standards, rotary torque sensors are used as a torque measuring tool to verify the bolt fastening of power tools and screw spindles.
In this application, FUTEK’s TRH Hex-Drive Rotary Torque Sensor has been coupled to a power tool to verify its torque and rotational angle as it fastens a bolt into a fixed plate.
These measurements can be read on either FUTEK's digital displays, the IHH500 or IPM650, or streamed directly to a PC using FUTEK’s USB520.
The USB520 is the ideal data exchange solution for systems that require translation of rotary torque encoder readings, such as angle and speed. Its compact and robust design also makes the USB520 fitting for this type of industrial application.
Operators also can utilize FUTEK's SENSIT™ Test and Measurement Software to log and graph all data.