With electric motors and drives now operating at significantly higher speeds, electromobility testing poses a greater challenge for engineers working in R&D or on production lines. To overcome this challenge, HBM is launching a new version of the T40B torque sensor that can measure torque at greatly increased rotational speeds for a selection of measuring ranges of 1, 2, and 3kNm - up to 23,000rpm - making it suitable for many types of applications including test benches, end-of-line (EoL) tests and process monitoring.
HBM's T40B digital torque transducer provides users with precise, reliable measurements first time, thereby eliminating the risk of errors and the need for repeat tests, which can be costly and time-consuming.
The sensor has an integrated, magnetic rotational speed measuring system, enabling automotive engineers to test the efficiency of the drive train with a range of vehicles. It also operates with analogue or digital interfaces, making it compatible with different types of test bench systems.
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