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Wheel Torque Sensor HITEC Sensor Developments

This telemetry based wheel torque sensor is used for measuring the speed, torque, and temperature of brake/tire systems without the requirement for anti-rotation brackets or wheel rim modifications. The 90360 series comprises of three key components: The torque sensor, the digital FM telemetry to transmit and then process signals, and vehicle adapter plates to incorporate the sensor. All output signals are accustomed to a high-level analog output.


  • Vehicle adapter plates with minimal centerline offset (no rim modifications)
  • Custom wheel rims available to maintain tire centerline
  • High extraneous load carrying capabilities
  • RS-232 serial output (torque only)
  • On-board shunt calibration and power switch
  • 9 V Battery powered transmitter
  • Custom capacities and configurations available
  • Non-contact signal transmission
  • High-level analog outputs for speed, torque, and temperature (2 temp channels)


Typical full-scale loads 7,000 in-lbs to 80,000 in-lbs
Maximum rpm 1200/1750
Temperature reading range (RTD based) -100 to +500 °C
Analog output (receiver) 0 to +/- 5 V (FS)
Sensor low pass filter 300 Hz, 4-pole Butterworth type
Sensor Hysteresis 0.25% of full scale
Sensor Non-linearity 0.25% of full scale
Sensor signal sample rate 950 Hz
Cross-talk <2% full scale


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