According to S. Himmelstein and Company (Chicago, IL), its Series 2300DV Reaction Style Torque Transfer Standards have extreme accuracy and are ideally suited for non-rotating field calibration of production Torquemeters. These sensors will perform as a complete, ultra-precise torque transfer standard without the requirement for a mV/V calibrator or other external device, thus avoiding the additional errors often associated with the type. They allow field calibration of installed torquemeters without requiring removal and transfer to a remote torque calibration laboratory. Other features include:
- High torsional stiffness and low deflection.
- Multiple bridges and elegant sensor design, providing high immunity to clamping and other extraneous loads.
- High Overrange on the electrical output signals, which avoids errors from clipped torque peaks.
- High mechanical overload, resulting in significant safety margins and less likelihood of damage.
They are available in three accuracy grades: ±0.04%, ±0.02% or ±0.01% of full scale combined linearity and hysteresis, and have world class temperature performance. All are calibrated CW and CCW to rated load in our ISO 17025, NVLAP accredited laboratory (NVLAP lab code 200487-0).