Datum Electronics have a successful history of working with customers in the mixing industry as we are only too aware of the challenges of trying to implementing a sensor for torque and power measurement. Datum Electronics standard modular solutions have been used by not only offering the standard methodology of using an inline transducer as well as working direct to shaft or coupling as well as turning existing shaft sections into a sensor.
The benefits of using torque to measure the viscosity have been seen both in large industrial applications such as concrete batching plants to smaller industrial mixers, where live accurate torque data has allowed for better control and understanding of the mixing process. An accurate torque sensor has been proven to offer both time and cost saving benefits for customers.
Shaft Power Measurement Kits are available in two formats, the standard and the compact kit. The compact kit is ideal for single day trials, while the standard one is used for long duration trials of between 30-60 days.
Our Power Take Off Shaft Torque & Power Monitoring System will monitor and log the torque, shaft speed and transmitted power accurately when testing new systems driven from all standard PTO Shafts.
Non-contact RS425 Bearingless Torque Transducer has either a spline or key way shaft for use down as low as 1Nm and up to 500kNm, giving customers the ability to use it for fully sealed or underwater applications (IP 68).
M425 non-contact rotary torque sensor | torque transducer with keyway shafts offers high accuracy across the complete torque measurement range from 0-10Nm up to 60,000Nm.