For the accuracy class of 0.01 and as a viable alternative for the T12, MANNER has developed the XtreMA 2.0. This sensor is even more accurate than its predecessor, extremely overload resistant (factor 4), easy to handle and the flange pattern and installation dimensions are compatible with competitor flanges.
The demand for ever increasing accuracy and reproducibility of measurement is becoming more and more profound, pushing the optimization of machines, drive trains, gears, etc. further and further.
The XtreMA 2.0’s special design makes a breakthrough in accuracy, with the measurement signal unaffected by the influence of parasitic forces.
Due to the overload design of 400%, the torque sensor offers both the measurement of continuous loads and the short-term detection of load peaks in dynamic operation. Due to the special short design with a low rotor weight and an extremely low mass moment of inertia, nominal speeds of up to 30,000 min-1 can be achieved.
Optionally, the flanges can be operated in the extended temperature range of -40°C … 160°C.
Another special feature is the electronic compensation of the zero point error Tk0 and the gradient error Tkc. This allows a constant high accuracy to be achieved, regardless of the ambient temperature.
In spite of this new rotation technology,MANNER’s proven flexible stator configurations remain. In addition to this, the systems are fully compatible with the existing XtreMA generation.