SensorData Updates

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SensorData Updates2015-06-29T20:38:16+00:00

sensordata-bursterSensorData Technologies, Inc.

SensorData Technologies, Inc., founded in 1992, began as a supplier of custom designed Torque and Force Sensors. Today, SensorData offers strain gage measurement products ranging from force sensors to measure axial loads, multi-axis force sensors, multi-component sensors to measure force and torque simultaneously, non-rotating reaction torque sensors, and rotating transformer and slip ring coupled torque sensors. SensorData recently introduced a BlueTooth Wireless coupled rotary ange torque sensor and a 915 Mz wireless telemetry and strain gage sensor system. The majority of SensorData strain gage sensors are either fatigue rated or designed to be fatigue rated. SensorData has not forgotten its beginnings and still actively pursues “specials.” When you need to measure force or torque, or a multiple combination of both, we hope you will allow SensorData Technologies the opportunity to respond to those needs.

Torque Transducers

  • Rotary and reaction torque
  • Bluetooth coupled wireless designs
  • slip ring torque sensors
  • True dual range designs

Multi-axis Force Sensors

  • Torque/thrust
  • Fatigue rated X-Y
  • Extremely low crosstalk
  • specialty multi-axis automotive force sensors (tire and wheel forces)

Strain Gauge Load Cells

  • Optional dual range
  • Low-profile, fatigue rated (compression)
  • General purpose and Hydraulic actuator loat cells
  • Drop-in replacements for existing models
  • In-house load cell calibration and rest services

Wireless Conveyor Monitoring Link

  • Patented technology provides early detection of
  • automated conveyor wear
  • Real-time data aquisition and analysis
  • Simultaneous Fz, Mx, My, Mz measurments
  • Wireless capabilities to 750 ft

Rapid Customization

  • Complete design and manufacturing engineering services
  • Sensors and Subassemblies
  • Custom sensors in as little as 8 weeks ARO
  • Optional Wireless, optical and other “non-traditional” technologies