Posts Tagged ‘shaft’

KTR: Torque measuring shaft combining four measurements in one

Monday, November 3rd, 2014 von admin

DATAFLEX_mit_RADEX-NCKTR developed a measuring system calculating both angle of rotation and rotating direction in addition to torque and speed for the first time. The new Dataflex series covers a measuring range from 10 to 1,000 Nm and is scheduled to be extended to 5,000 Nm in 2015.

The new precision measuring shaft will rely on the approved measuring principle via strain gauges combined with the latest electronical components. Having a sampling rate of 10 Hz, the system allows for measuring serious torque peaks on highly dynamic drives. The data transmission resistant to interferences operates digitally with a resolution of 24 Bit having a measuring inaccuracy of 0.1 per cent of the terminal value only. The signal provided is extremely low-noise.

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Inpro/Seal: Intelligence in Shaft Grounding

Monday, August 18th, 2014 von admin

The Smart CDR is an condition monitoring system that provides users with instant feedback on the performance of their Current Diverter Ring® (CDR) in diverting shaft currents away from bearings to ground.

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Prüftechnik: Precision laser shaft alignment

Wednesday, May 28th, 2014 von admin

Presse_RS5_255x172pxThe new RS5 sensor for the proven measurement system Optalign Smart RS introduces unique features to the mid-range shaft alignment segment. Smarter and faster, the new sensor also scores high in terms of usability. The XL HD PSD detector size, combined with the powerful ExtendRange functionality makes the measurement range virtually unlimited. In real terms, this means that large misalignments can even be measured over long distances. With the 5-axis technology, it is also the only sensor in this segment to offer Concurrent Live Move for machine corrections. This enables live monitoring of horizontal and vertical machine corrections at the same time, with the sensor at any rotational shaft position.

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KTR: Shaft coupling separated on purpose

Monday, May 12th, 2014 von admin

RotexAt the Rotex® S-H the hubs are mechanically separated by „cracking“ on purpose. An uneven surface with a positive fit is the result making sure for an exact position of the two halves during assembly. The contoured, uneven cracked surfaces ensure an ideal centering of the hub halves. This guarantees that the hub or the connection of the two hub halves, respectively, is not weakened by the separation by cracking. The „cracked“ hub is screwed in place in block assembly and makes sure that during operation there is no negative impact on the strength of the coupling.

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Prüftechnik: Tablet-based shaft alignment

Tuesday, June 4th, 2013 von admin

Now presenting its new laser alignment solution for Apple and Android mobile devices, Prüftechnik Alignment Systems is breaking new grounds in the world of shaft alignment. tab@lign, a unique tablet-based solution for shaft alignment, offers mobility and connectivity.

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Laser shaft alignment – intrinsically safe with Bluetooth module

Monday, February 6th, 2012 von admin

The intrinsically safe laser shaft alignment systems Optalign smart EX and Rotalign smart EX with the new intrinsically safe Bluetooth module are now available. All active measurement components comply with the stringent ATEX and IECEx directives for Class II 2 G Ex ib [ib] IIC T4, Zone 1. Nowit is possible to work ‘wireless’ in explosive environments.

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