Digital Torque Gauge192 x 0.2 ozF
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- Ergonomic Torque Sensor with Jacobs Chuck
- 2000 Hz Sampling Rate
- Ultra-Compact Size
- Selectable Units of Measure
- USB Data Output
- Programmable Setpoints with Pass/Fail Indicators
- Large Backlit Graphics Display
- Live Load Bar Graph with Set Point Markers
- Peak Readings and Set Points Always Displayed
- Configurable Audio Alarms and Key Tones
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OMEGA’s HHTQ35 Series is an economical digital force gauge designed for clockwise and counterclockwise torque measurements in a variety of applications. They are available in ranges from 10 ozFin to 100 lbFin (7 to 1150 KgFmm) and have a 2000 Hz sample rate. A backlit graphic LCD displays large characters and a menu is available to access the gauges features and configurable parameters. Units have a USB output for data collection and setpoint indicators for pass-fail testing.
Accuracy: 0.5% of full scale ± 1 digit
Power: Rechargeable battery or AC using adaptor (batteries and adaptor included)
Battery Life: Up to 7 hours continuous use with backlight on or 24 hours with backlight off
Low Battery: Multi-step low battery indicator is displayed, gauge shuts off automatically when power is too low
Measurement Units: ozFin, lbFin, kgFmm, Ncm (depending on model)
Safe Overload: 150% of full scale (display shows “OVER” at 110% and above)
Configurable Settings: Digital filters, USB output, automatic shutoff, default settings, key tones, audio alarms, calibration
Meter: 99.1 H x 64.3 W x 38.1 mm D (3.90 x 2.53 x 1.50')
≤ 50Z Range: 44.5 D x 122.4 mm L (1.75 x 4.82')
> 50Z Range: 44.5 D x 131.8 mm L (1.75 x 5.19')
Weight: 0.8 kg (1.8 lb)
Does this come with a NIST traceable calibration certificate?
How is the torque range interpreted? 20 x 0.02 oaF is an unfamiliar way of indicating torque. Can I get that in in-ozf or N-m?