FUTEK Advanced Sensor Technology Inc. - PRODUCT NEWS






Reaction Torque Sensors for 2017

As the end of the year comes to a close, why not stock up on some reaction torque sensors for 2017? Most of our capacities are in stock and ready-to-ship.

Our Flange-to-Flange Torque Sensors Series (TFF) has a wide selection of torque sensors varying in size and capacity range, designed for inline/reaction torque measurements.

From OEM models to robust industrial designs, these sensors are constructed for auditing purposes.




TFF325 and TFF350 - OEM Reaction Torque Sensor Flange-to-Flange

Our TFF Series features two miniature OEM models - the TFF325 and the TFF350.

• 0.12 Nm to 150 Nm capacity range
• Intended for high volume applications
• Easily integrates into OEM applications



TFF400 - Reaction Torque Sensor with Thru Hole Center

The TFF400 Series has the most flexible mounting interface per capacity range.

• 0.04 Nm to 56 Nm capacity range
• Built-in overload protection on lower capacities
• Designed for Torque auditing



TFF600 - Robust Flange-to-Flange Reaction Torque

The TFF600 accommodates applications that include automotive braking, engine and transmission dynos, fastener testing, and more.

• 225 Nm to 1130 Nm capacity range
• Aluminum & stainless-steel construction
• Inside diameter of 1.75 in.



About FUTEK:
FUTEK Advanced Sensor Technology, Inc. is a U.S. Manufacturer of load cells, torque sensors, pressure sensors, multi-axis sensors and related instruments and software. Located in Southern California, FUTEK has built a reputation as a quality provider of test and measurement tools. As the Sensor Solution Source, FUTEK supplies test and measurement products to many industries, especially medical, robotic, and aerospace.


For more information, please contact :-

FUTEK Advanced Sensor Technology, Inc.
10 Thomas, Irvine, CA 92618
Voice: 949.465.0900
Toll: 800.23.FUTEK
Fax: 949.465.0905
Email: futek@futek.com
Website:
www.futek.com

December 2016


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