Torque transducers convert the physical torque value into an electronic signal that is read by the TTS-2000 torque meter. There are two basic types of transducers- bench mount and In-line extension style. JETCO offers both types of transducers with smart chips installed. Smart chips allow the TTS-2000 meter to automatically detect the range and calibration data associated with that particular transducer. This means that the transducers are truly "plug-and-play" meaning that the data is stored on the transducer and not in the meter. Any meter and any transducer can be swapped while maintaining accuracy.
Highly accurate strain gage technology
Alloy tool steel
Female square drive eliminates the need for adapters (Bench mount)
Smart chips installed on every transducer
Calibration traceable to NIST
Shielded cable with quick change booted connector.
New BigChipTM technology allows 10 point calibration to be done by any lab with weights and arms when used with the TTS-2000.
Bench mount transducers are designed specifically to be used as a torque standard used to calibrate and test torque tools such as hand type torque wrenches and also power tools. These transducers are mounted to a bench with a bracket (bracket included on BM1000F and 2000F transducers) and have a female square drive for the attachment of torque tools with male square drives.
Accuracy is .25% or better when used with the TTS-2000 meter.
In-line extension transducers connect between a wrench and a socket and measure the torque that is applied to a fastener. This versatile type of transducer converts a hand held torque meter into a highly accurate digital torque wrench. In-line transducers can also be used as a torque wrench tester if they are mounted to a fixture.