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NEW DRVL Rotary Torque Transducer promises enhanced compatibility

New DRVL Rotary Torque Transducer Promises Greater Compatibility and a Larger Speed Range

New Features:
* Improved Over-Voltage Prevention - Higher Supply Voltage Range
* Increased Compatibility - 2 Standard Signals 10V and 10kHz ± 5kHz
* Processor-Based - No Potentiometer Adjustment
* Greater Speed Range
* PLC Compatible for Better Evaluation
* Improved Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC)
* High Accuracy to 0.1% (0.05% Optional)
* Compatible with Existing DRFL for Easy Integration
* Cheaper to Buy - Quote Me Now

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What Makes Brushless Great ?
Our brushless torque transducer range transmits signal and power using non-contact technology. This means they can operate with absolutely no maintenance, no wear and at higher speeds, saving you precious time and money.

Why Buy The New DRVL Rotary Torque Transducer ?
* Greater Compatibility with 2 Output Signals
Thanks to the DRVL rotary torque transducer's integrated signal amplifier it can now output 2 standard signals (10V and 10kHz ± 5kHz) giving you greater compatibility to a variety of evaluation devices for extensive analysis. Plus, the output level for speed and angle signal can now be adjusted from 5V up to 24V making it directly compatible with a PLC acquisition unit, delivering superior logging and evaluation control. The DRVL rotary torque transducer is also directly compatible with the existing DRFL series, making installation of the improved DRVL fast and straight forward.

* Optimum Performance Guaranteed
Accuracy is promised to 0.1% as standard with the new DRVL with an optional 0.05% accuracy for those higher precision measurements. We can also provide customised couplings and keyways to guarantee optimum performance and faster installation.

* Greater Speed Range
The DRVL rotary torque transducer has an improved speed range for speed and angle measurements. Its increased speed range combined with its compact size, makes it ideal for lab and industrial applications.

* Larger Input Voltage Range
It has an increased supply voltage range from 10V - 28.8V promising greater protection against accidental overvoltage, decreasing any potential repair costs.

* Improved Electromagnetic Interference Protection
The DRVL rotary torque transducer also comes with extended surge tests to ensure better electromagnetic compatibility protecting the sensor from unwanted electromagnetic interference and damage.

How Can I Get One?

The DRVL rotary torque transducer is available to buy from us now starting at £2291 (exc. VAT) for delivery within 4 weeks. Customised couplings and keyways are available. Quote me now!


About Applied Measurements Ltd
Applied Measurements Limited offers a comprehensive selection of transducers based on strain gauge technology. Our product range includes sensors to measure load, pressure, torque and displacement. In addition, a custom transducer design service and strain gauge bonding facilities are also available.
To support the transducer range, a variety of analogue and digital instrumentation is available including high resolution, high speed and RS232/485 equipped signal conditioners and indicators, as well as portable battery powered indicators with integral data-logging, enabling us to offer complete systems with calibration traceable to UKAS standards.
In addition to our comprehensive range of 'standard' transducers, we also have the capability to design, develop and manufacture custom devices to meet specific needs. Our expertise is based on bonded strain gauge technology, which is carried across our complete line of transducers. Our involvement in your project can be at any stage, from development and design, through prototypes, testing and into full production.

For more information, please contact :-

Applied Measurements Ltd.
Tel: +44(0)118 981 7339
Fax: +44(0)118 981 9121
Email:
info@appmeas.co.uk
Website: https://.appmeas.co.uk

December 2017

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