BMX500F Torque Sensor

Item #: 077013
Certifications:
$2,725.00
In Stock
Meeting the demands to test multiple torque ranges for various torque tools used in production, maintenance and calibrat READ MORE

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Specs

Model:
BMX500F
Item #:
077013
Drive Size:
3/4" F/Sq
American:
50 - 500 lbf.ft
S.I.:
67.8 - 678 N.m
Metric:
6.9 - 69 kgf.m
Tool Width:
4
Tool Height:
3
Cal Cert Options Data Set:
Supplied with a Free ISO 17025 Certification of Calibration
Meeting the demands to test multiple torque ranges for various torque tools used in production, maintenance and calibration labs, the versatile torque sensor is used in conjunction with a torque tester. The torque sensor is a bench mounted calibration instrument designed for torque wrench calibration, torque screwdriver calibration, and electric & pneumatic screwdriver calibration. Controlling torque is quintessential for companies to ensure their product's quality, safety and reliability isn't compromised.
Accuracy ± .25% of reading

Accessories

Torque Analyzers
PTT
LTT

Cables for connecting BMX to Torque Analyzers
PTT
LTT

Accessories
Mounting Bracket
Multiplexer and Bar Code Reader
Calibration Hex Step Adapters
Run Down Adapters
  • Torque Sensor for calibrating hand screwdrivers, wrenches and power tools.
  • Features ARC II technology, an instant auto-recognition system of the BMX connected to the PTT or LTT torque testers.
  • Mountable.
  • Female square drive.
  • Bi-directional.
This is the stand alone accuracy statement for the BMX torque sensor. When the torque sensor is coupled with a Mountz torque analyzer, there is a system accuracy. Review the system accuracy listed with each torque analyzer (PTT or LTT). 

WARNING! Always use a run down adapter when testing power tools.