MTX Low Torque Reaction Sensors
The MTX low torque sensors, by Mountz, make it easy to meet the demands of testing multiple torque ranges for torque tools used in production, maintenance, and calibration labs.
The sensor can be used with small hand or power torque screwdrivers and wrenches. The MTX is a static, reaction-type torque sensor. When testing power tools, operators will need to use a mini run-down adapter to prevent damage to the sensor.
MTX sensors must be connected to a torque analyzer for use and are designed to be bench-mounted for optimal performance. MTX sensors easily connect to Mountz LTT and PTT torque analyzers via cable using plug-and-play ARC II technology.
Quality and Calibration teams can connect torque sensors and analyzers with a Mountz multiplexer. hub and easily switch between up to 4 sensors.
Companies must control torque to ensure product quality, safety, and reliability. Regularly auditing and validating tooling calibration is essential for reducing errors in your assembly process and preventing product defects for all manufacturers.
Calibrate, Validate, and Maintain Your Tools
- Measure, test & calibrate hand & power tools to ensure proper torque is applied and reduce manufacturing errors on your assembly line.
- Easily verify that a tool’s in calibration or setting to validate tool performance.
- Plug & Play with Mountz torque analyzers. Features ARCII technology, an instant auto-recognition system of the sensor connected to the LTT or PTT.
- ISO 17025 calibration certificate included with analyzer purchase.
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- Low torque sensor for testing and calibrating small hand screwdrivers, torque wrenches, and power assembly tools. Ensure proper torque is applied and reduce manufacturing errors on your assembly line.
- Low profile design ideal for calibrating robotic drivers on the assembly line.
- Validate that a tool is still in calibration with a torque verification process.
- Mountable sensor for flexible placement options and keep it securely mounted to a test lab station or mobile calibration cart. Keeping the sensor in a stable position ensures the torque measurement accuracy during operation.
- A versatile instrument that allows you to expand torque testing capacity with sensor models ranging from 1 - 160 ozf.in.
- Female square drive.
- Bi-directional measurement operation.
- Features ARC II technology, an instant auto-recognition system of the MTX connected to the PTT or LTT torque testers.
- Easily connect up to 4 torque sensors using the Mountz multiplexer.
- ISO 17025 calibration certificate included with purchase.
Calibrate, Validate, and Maintain Your Tools:
Mountz Quality Standards:
Accuracy ± .25% of reading
The MTX must be connected to a torque analyzer to display a torque reading and store the test data. Compatible with these torque testers:
Cables for Connecting MTX to a Torque Analyzer:
Cable must be purchased to connect MTX to LTT & PTT
Improve Your Calibration Process:
Multiplexer: Allows users to connect 1-4 torque sensors to the torque analyzer simultaneously. The device eliminates the need to plug and unplug torque sensors. The torque analyzer powers the Multiplexer, so no additional power source is required.
Mounting Brackets: Use a mounting bracket to securely mount a MTX sensor to a workstation for improved performance and product protection.
Torque Wrench Calibration:
Calibration Hex Step Adapters: When performing torque wrench calibration or testing, adapters are often needed, especially with torque wrenches with open-end heads. Mountz’s calibration hex step adapter features four common sizes.
Power Tool Calibration:
Mini Run Down Adapters: It is used with a low-torque sensor for testing power tools and provide consistent and reliable torque readings. The mini run-down adapter uses a fastener and is mounted in-line between the tool drive and the torque sensor.
Sensor Maintenance and Calibration:
Maintain and calibrate your tools on-site by purchasing calibration equipment to use in-house.
The organization that owns the tool must determine a suitable calibration frequency that meets their needs based on the history of equipment performance, application, degree of usage, and
For most organizations, we recommend 6-month or 12-month calibration intervals.
Calibration Wheels: Engineered for calibrating torque analyzers and sensors and ensuring instruments are traceable to National or International Standards, such as N.I.S.T and ISO.
Calibration Hangers and Weights: Calibrated Dead Weight are the official means by which torque analyzers and torque sensors are calibrated and are traced to National or International Standards, such as N.I.S.T, and ISO.