Novi, Michigan ‚â€“ PCB Automotive Sensors Division introduces Series 5300D TORKDISC‚Â® In-line Rotary Torque Sensor Systems designed for test applications requiring a robust rotary torque transducer where axial space is at a premium. Onboard, the transducer is a field proven electronic module that converts the torque signals into a high-speed digital representation. Once in digital form, this data is transmitted to a non-contacting pick-up loop, with no risk of noise or data corruption. A remote receiver unit converts the digital data to a high-level analog output voltage, and a serial digital output.
Series 5300D incorporates dual high level analog outputs, AC and DC coupled, providing both static and dynamic torque measurement capability that can be recorded separately and independently scaled; which is particularly beneficial when high DC levels are present or when low levels of AC content is of particular interest. Series 5300D also features industry leading DC bandwidth to 8500 Hz, resulting in increased dynamic response characteristics. The DC coupled output features an 8-pole low pass elliptical filter with user selectable frequencies for minimal roll off at each filter selection. A 2-pole Butterworth high pass filter with a wide range of user selectable cut off frequencies is included with the AC coupled output.
Series 5300D TORKDISC‚Â® units are ideal for applications such as automotive engine, powertrain & chassis dynamometer testing for: performance, emissions, and fuel economy; development of: transfer cases, axles, differentials, rotational dynamics testing; torque studies on pumps, fans, and electric Motors; and gearbox efficiency testing.
Filed Under: Automotive, Sensors (position + other), Test + measurement • test equipment
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