Bestech Australia Offers Burster Rotating Torque Sensors

Along with its displacement, pressure, velocity and angle sensors, burster provides an exciting line of torque sensors to measure the drag torque of motors and pumps, static and dynamic torques and mechanical power, to record bio mechanical movements in medical engineering and utilize in screwing technology.

Torque sensors

864XX series torque sensors feature compact design, highly accurate and reliable, for right-hand and left-hand rotating torques at 3000min-1/min using slip-ring transmission with a measuring range between 0-5000Nm. Model 86403, 86423, 86423 are commonly used for checking and adjusting bolting tools, bolted connections, measuring frictional torques for gears, bearings and seals, and adjusting sunroof, power windows in automobile industry.

The maintenance free, non-contact transfer torque sensors from burster are using new EMD (Embedded Magnetic Domain) technology ¨C using magnetic induction to create the electrical voltage from the applied toque. The nickeliferous steel shaft is impregnated with a permanent magnetic pattern. Toque changes this pattern as well as the magnetic field. As a result, the sensor delivers a torque-depending measurement signal for the evaluation by EMD electronic of the stator. Sensors 8645 and 8646 have measuring ranges from 0¡­2.5Nm to 0¡­500Nm and high speed up to 5000 min-1, high reliability at a very low price.Examples of applications for this series include drilling systems, screwing and bolting tools, textile machines, test rigs, pumps, fitness and workout gears, mechanical conveying technology, household appliances, automotive steering, gearing and motors tests.

Precision torque sensor 8661 is the newest development of burster torque measurement instrument. It measures from 0¡­¡À0.05Nm up to 0¡­¡À200Nm with high linearity ¡Ü0.05%F.S., and accuracy (angle measurement) to 0.09¡ã. Integrated intelligent 3-LED indicator displays various operating states that is the ideal choice for both online static and dynamic torque measurements. High quality bearings, tight manufacturing tolerances and excellent balance ensure the running stability of the sensor delivering a speed over 25,000rpm. Bestech Australia presents burster 8661 torque sensor that are suitable for test setups for precision mechanics, micromechanical actuator elements measurements, engine test benches, and etc.

Another slip-ring-free torque sensor 8651 with IP67 protection using couplings and integral amplifier is capable of integrated measurements of torque, angular rotation and speed finding applications in both laboratory and industrial environments. The measuring range of torque transducer 8651 is from 0¡­¡À500Nm up to 0¡­¡À1000Nm with non-linearity of 0.1% F.S. and a maximum speed at 35,000 min-1. Torque sensor 8651 is used in applications where low-wear operation and high speeds or continuous running are required.

Bestech Australia is the sole distributor of burster (Germany). With a comprehensive line of products from sensors to process control instruments, test devices to calibration instruments, Bestech Australia experienced engineers are here to assist finding the right solution for you application challenges!

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