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Signal Conditioners

Himmelstein Model 700 Series instruments are powerful, yet flexible one- or two-channel signal conditioners/displays. These instruments can be configured to interface with torque transducers, load cells, pulse output speed pickups and flow meters, voltage output transducers and more. A signal conditioner is a key component that ensures a clean input so that a torque transducer can deliver a strong and reliable high-quality output signal. Thanks to decades of experience working with strain gages, our signal conditioners are specialized for optimal interface between strain gages and torque meters.

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Himmelstein offers the largest selection of torque ranges, output signals, overload ratings, accuracy grades and mechanical styles, so you’re sure to find the ideal torque sensors, torque measurement devices and signal conditioning instruments to suit your needs. All Himmelstein torque sensors and systems are calibrated CW and CCW to their full-scale capacity in our accredited laboratory (NVLAP Lab Code 200487-0). With a Himmelstein torque sensor, you enjoy the benefits of our long experience along with the most stringent quality control standards.

How Does a Torque Transducer Work?

All our torque sensors utilize accurate, reliable strain gages to measure torque in a rotating system or shaft. The latest, most accurate Himmelstein torque meters — both rotating and non-rotating (reaction) types — are digitally based. The torque signal is digitized on the rotor and transmitted as digital data to the stator, where analog and frequency signals are created and produced along with digital data. They employ true bi-directional rotor shunt calibration. All signal processing is microprocessor-based; most devices boast five microprocessors.

The torque meter is the method of choice for most weighing applications, including static, dynamic, precision and legal for-sale applications. Our torque meters are constructed from high-strength alloys, as opposed to weaker ferrites, in order to provide the most accurate and reliable results in the industry.

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