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Transducer- Torque Static

Tired of test setup woes and unreliable data? Our innovative transducers revolutionize power tool and wrench testing with instant recognition, pre-calibrated accuracy, and your choice of wired or wireless connectivity. Built tough for harsh environments, these workhorses offer data-driven insights, adaptability, and lower costs, empowering you to test smarter, faster, and with confidence. Unleash the power of precision today! 


  • Memory chip for automatic recognition
  • Calibration data stored inside the memory chip
  • Cable or Bluetooth interface
  • Robust design


 ABS Calibration Transducers


Calibration Transducer - Static Torque Transducer

Designed to take your power tool and wrench testing to the next level, these innovative workhorses deliver a potent blend of convenience, flexibility, and durability.

Plug-and-Play Simplicity:

Automatic Recognition: Forget manual configuration. Our memory chip stores all transducer information, letting your device instantly recognize it, saving you precious time and minimizing setup errors.
Pre-Calibrated Accuracy: No need for external calibration equipment or complex procedures. Stored calibration data ensures pinpoint accuracy right out of the box, so you can start testing with confidence.

Wireless Freedom or Wired Reliability:

Choose Your Connection: Opt for the cable interface for unwavering stability or embrace the wireless revolution with Bluetooth connectivity. Perfect for remote monitoring or portable applications, our transducers adapt to your workflow.
Universal Compatibility: Seamlessly integrate with your existing equipment and software thanks to standardized interfaces. No costly upgrades or proprietary systems needed, just pure data-driven insights.

Built to Last, Engineered to Perform:

Rugged Design: From bustling factories to unforgiving field work, our transducers stand tall. Their robust construction means you can rely on them even in the harshest environments, minimizing downtime and reducing maintenance costs.

Beyond the Basics:

More Than Meets the Eye: Depending on the model, you'll find features like data logging, self-diagnostics, and advanced signal processing, expanding your measurement capabilities and providing actionable insights for continuous improvement.

The Benefits You Can't Ignore:

  • Boost Your Productivity: Quick setup and streamlined operation take time off your testing cycle, translating to increased efficiency and productivity.
  • Uncompromising Accuracy: Pre-calibrated data and robust design guarantee reliable measurements you can trust, eliminating guesswork and ensuring optimal tool performance.
  • Adaptability Reigns Supreme: Wired or wireless, these transducers adapt to your workspace, providing the flexibility you need to conquer any testing challenge.
  • Smarter Investments, Lower Costs: Durable construction and reduced maintenance needs minimize downtime and protect your investment, lowering your overall cost of ownership.
  • Data-Driven Decisions: Gain valuable insights from advanced features to optimize your testing processes, refine your tool selection, and make informed decisions based on real-world data.

Empower your power tool and wrench testing with the next generation of transducers. Contact us today to experience the difference!

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People Also Ask

The purpose of calibrating a transducer is to ensure its accuracy and reliability in converting physical quantities (such as pressure or force) into electrical signals. Calibration aligns the transducer's output with known standards.

Yes, transducers need regular calibration to maintain accuracy. The frequency of calibration depends on factors like usage, environmental conditions, and industry standards.

The frequency of pressure transducer calibration depends on factors like usage, environmental conditions, and industry regulations. Typically, calibration is performed at regular intervals, such as annually or biannually.

The five requirements for calibration standards include traceability, accuracy, stability, precision, and suitability. Calibration standards must have a known and documented relationship to a recognized reference.

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