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Torque Sensor Arms For Automotive Apps

Ogling power-steering systems, the company's MagneTorque-compliant, non-contact torque sensor's arsenal of features includes a unique programming feature that allows users to adjust offset, gain, and temperature compensation. Dependant on Hall effect technology, the sensor does not rely on sliding electrical contacts and provides two complementary analog output signals for redundancy and differential diagnostic options. It operates over a maximum angle of ±8° with a maximum error of 2%. Accuracy at 0° is better than 1%. Operating temperature range is -40°C to +150°C and durability, dependant on bearing selection, may exceed 10 million revolutions. For more details, call BI TECHNOLOGIES, Fullerton, CA. (714) 447-2757.


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