Model 027250-07201 Hand Torque Wrench

Model 027250-07201
Hand Torque Wrench
Installation and Operating Manual
For assistance with the operation of this product,
contact PCB Piezotronics, Inc.
Toll-free: 800-828-8840
24-hour SensorLine: 716-684-0001
Fax: 716-684-0987
E-mail: info@pcb.com
Web: www.pcb.com
Service, Repair, and Return
Policies and Instructions
The information contained in this document supersedes all similar information that
may be found elsewhere in this manual.
Service – Due to the sophisticated
nature of the sensors and associated
instrumentation provided by PCB
Piezotronics, user servicing or repair is
not recommended and, if attempted,
may void the factory warranty. Routine
maintenance, such as the cleaning of
electrical connectors, housings, and
mounting surfaces with solutions and
techniques that will not harm the
physical material of construction, is
acceptable. Caution should be observed
to ensure that liquids are not permitted
to migrate into devices that are not
hermetically sealed. Such devices
should only be wiped with a dampened
cloth and never submerged or have
liquids poured upon them.
Repair – In the event that equipment
becomes damaged or ceases to
operate, arrangements should be made
to return the equipment to PCB
Piezotronics for repair. User servicing or
repair is not recommended and, if
attempted, may void the factory
warranty.
Calibration – Routine calibration of
sensors and associated instrumentation
is recommended as this helps build
confidence in measurement accuracy
and
acquired
data.
Equipment
calibration
cycles
are
typically
established by the users own quality
regimen. When in doubt about a
calibration cycle, a good “rule of thumb”
is to recalibrate on an annual basis. It is
also good practice to recalibrate after
exposure to any severe temperature
extreme, shock, load, or other
environmental influence, or prior to any
critical test.
PCB Piezotronics maintains an ISO9001 certified metrology laboratory and
offers calibration services, which are
accredited by A2LA to ISO/IEC 17025,
with full traceability to SI through
N.I.S.T. In addition to the normally
supplied calibration, special testing is
also available, such as: sensitivity at
elevated or cryogenic temperatures,
phase response, extended high or low
frequency response, extended range,
leak testing, hydrostatic pressure
testing, and others. For information on
standard recalibration services or
special testing, contact your local PCB
Piezotronics
distributor,
sales
representative, or factory customer
service representative.
Returning Equipment – Following
these procedures will ensure that your
returned materials are handled in the
most
expedient
manner.
Before
returning any equipment to PCB
Piezotronics,
contact
your
local
distributor, sales representative, or
factory customer service representative
to obtain a Return Warranty, Service,
Repair, and Return Policies and
Instructions Materials Authorization
(RMA) Number. This RMA number
should be clearly marked on the outside
of all package(s) and on the packing
list(s) accompanying the shipment. A
detailed account of the nature of the
problem(s) being experienced with the
equipment should also be included
inside the package(s) containing any
returned materials.
A Purchase Order, included with the
returned materials, will expedite the
turn-around of serviced equipment. It is
recommended to include authorization
on the Purchase Order for PCB to
proceed with any repairs, as long as
they do not exceed 50% of the
replacement cost of the returned
item(s). PCB will provide a price
quotation
or
replacement
recommendation for any item whose
repair costs would exceed 50% of
replacement cost, or any item that is not
economically feasible to repair. For
routine
calibration
services,
the
Purchase
Order
should
include
authorization to proceed and return at
current pricing, which can be obtained
from a factory customer service
representative.
Contact Information – International
customers should direct all inquiries to
their local distributor or sales office. A
complete list of distributors and offices
can be found at www.pcb.com.
Customers within the United States may
contact their local sales representative
or
a
factory
customer
service
representative. A complete list of sales
representatives can be found at
www.pcb.com.
Toll-free
telephone
numbers for a factory customer service
representative,
in
the
division
responsible for this product, can be
found on the title page at the front of this
manual. Our ship to address and
general contact numbers are:
PCB Piezotronics, Inc.
3425 Walden Ave.
Depew, NY14043 USA
Toll-free: (800) 828-8840
24-hour SensorLineSM: (716) 684-0001
Website: www.pcb.com
E-mail: info@pcb.com
PCB工业监视和测量设备 - 中国RoHS2公布表
PCB Industrial Monitoring and Measuring Equipment - China RoHS 2 Disclosure Table
有害物质
镉
汞
铅 (Pb)
六价铬 (Cr(VI))
多溴联苯 (PBB)
多溴二苯醚 (PBDE)
部件名称
(Hg)
(Cd)
O
O
O
O
O
O
住房
X
O
O
O
O
O
PCB板
O
O
O
O
O
O
电气连接器
X
O
O
O
O
O
压电晶体
O
O
O
O
O
O
环氧
O
O
O
O
O
O
铁氟龙
O
O
O
O
O
O
电子
O
O
X
O
O
O
厚膜基板
O
O
O
O
O
O
电线
X
O
O
O
O
O
电缆
O
O
O
O
O
O
塑料
X
O
O
O
O
O
焊接
X
O
O
O
O
O
铜合金/黄铜
本表格依据 SJ/T 11364 的规定编制。
O: 表示该有害物质在该部件所有均质材料中的含量均在 GB/T 26572 规定的限量要求以下。
X: 表示该有害物质至少在该部件的某一均质材料中的含量超出 GB/T 26572 规定的限量要求。
铅是欧洲RoHS指令2011/65/ EU附件三和附件四目前由于允许的豁免。
CHINA RoHS COMPLIANCE
Component Name
Hazardous Substances
Lead
(Pb)
Mercury
(Hg)
Cadmium
(Cd)
Chromium VI
Compounds
(Cr(VI))
Housing
O
O
O
PCB Board
X
O
O
Electrical
O
O
O
Connectors
Piezoelectric
X
O
O
Crystals
Epoxy
O
O
O
Teflon
O
O
O
Electronics
O
O
O
Thick Film
O
O
X
Substrate
Wires
O
O
O
Cables
X
O
O
Plastic
O
O
O
Solder
X
O
O
Copper Alloy/Brass
X
O
O
This table is prepared in accordance with the provisions of SJ/T 11364.
Polybrominated
Biphenyls
(PBB)
Polybrominated
Diphenyl
Ethers (PBDE)
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O: Indicates that said hazardous substance contained in all of the homogeneous materials for this part is below the limit
requirement of GB/T 26572.
X: Indicates that said hazardous substance contained in at least one of the homogeneous materials for this part is above
the limit requirement of GB/T 26572.
Lead is present due to allowed exemption in Annex III or Annex IV of the European RoHS Directive 2011/65/EU.
DOCUMENT NUMBER: 21354
DOCUMENT REVISION: D
ECN: 46162
Hand Torque-Angle Wrench
Installation and Operating Manual
For assistance with the operation of this product, contact:
RS Technologies
Division of PCB Load & Torque, Inc.
Toll-Free in USA: 888-684-2894
24-hour SensorLineSM: 716-684-0001
Fax: 248-888-8266
E-mail: rsinfo@pcbloadtorque.com
10/21/2016
HAND TORQUE-ANGLE WRENCH OPERATION MANUAL
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Introduction: Safety Considerations
CAUTION 1:
The Model 962 should not be opened by anyone other than factory personnel. There are no user
serviceable parts inside of the Model 962 recorder.
CAUTION 2:
Cables can kill your equipment. High voltage electrostatic discharge can damage electrical devices.
Similar to a capacitor, a cable can hold a charge caused by triboelectric transfer, such as that which
occurs in the following:
•
Laying on and moving across a rug
•
Any movement through air
•
The action of rolling out a cable
•
Contact with a non-grounded person.
The solution for product safety: 1) Connect the cables only with power switched OFF. 2) Temporarily
“short” the end of the cable before attaching it to any signal input or output.
WARNING SYMBOLS AND TERMS
This symbol on the unit indicates that the user should refer to the operating instructions
located in the manual.
This symbol on the unit indicates that high voltage may be present. Use standard safety
precautions to avoid personal contact with this voltage.
This system indicates safety, earth ground.
The WARNING heading, if used in this manual, explains dangers that might result in personal injury or death. Always
read the associated information very carefully before performing the indicated procedure.
The CAUTION heading, if used in this manual, explains hazards that could cause damage to the instrument.
RS Technologies Division of PCB Load & Torque, Inc.
Toll-Free in USA 888-684-28947
716-684-0001
www.pcbloadtorque.com
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HAND TORQUE-ANGLE WRENCH OPERATION MANUAL
1.0 INTRODUCTION
Specifications
Hand Torque Wrenches manufactured by RS Technologies
Division of PCB Load & Torque, Inc., are designed to
accurately measure static torsional loads ranging from 2.0 lb-in
up to 600 lb-ft (0.23 to 814 Nm). All models utilize strain
gages configured into a Wheatstone Bridge Circuit to produce
the primary sensing element. The four-arm Wheatstone Bridge
configuration is shown below in Figure 1. Also pictured in
Figure 1 is the wiring code for the standard 10-pin PT
receptacle.
Figure 1–Hand Torque Wrench Wheatstone Bridge
With Angle Wiring Code
The gages are bonded to the wrench’s flexure. Typically, a
regulated DC or AC excitation is applied between A and B of
the bridge. When torque is applied to the wrench, the
Wheatstone Bridge becomes unbalanced, producing an output
signal voltage between C and D, which is proportional to the
applied load. The magnitude of the output signal corresponds
to the deformation of the transducer and therefore the applied
load. This configuration allows for temperature and pressure
compensation, as well as cancellation of signals caused by
forces not directly applied to the axis of the applied load.
Output is typically expressed in units of millivolt per volt of
excitation. Optional data collectors and signal conditioners are
available from RS Technologies and PCB Load & Torque.
Full Scale Output ..................... 2 mV/V (output and shunt calibration are
matched to within ±0.25% to assure
interchangeability; output is matched for
specified English units.
Shunt Calibration .................... 2.00 mV/V ±0.25% with 43.575k Ohm
resistor
Interchangeability ................... Full scale output and shunt calibration are
matched within ±0.3% to assure
interchangeability
Nonlinearity ............................. ±0.25% Full Scale
Hysteresis ................................. ±0.25% Full Scale
Zero Balance ............................ ±2% Full Scale
Overload Capacity ................... 150% of Full Scale
Bridge Resistance .................... 350 Ohms, nominal
Excitation ................................. 10 vdc or vac (RMS)
Compensated Temp Range ..... 70 to 150ºF
Useable Temp Range ............... 0 to 200 ºF
Receptacle ................................ Bendix PT02H-12-10P
Mating Connector .................... Bendix PT06A-12-10S(SR)
Angle Output ............................ TTL (quadrature) 0-5vdc
Angle Resolution ...................... 0.125 degrees
Angle Power ............................. 5vdc
Counts/Revolution ................... 2880 nominal
Angle Accuracy ....................... ±1% of reading ±1 degree @ angular
velocity >10 deg/sec <180 deg/sec
Table 1. Capacities
Part No.
Drive Size
Handle
027125-07012
¼-inch
8-in.
100 lb-in
(11.4 Nm)
Capacity
027137-07022
3/8-inch
12-in.
200 lb-in
(22.7 Nm)
027137-07051
3/8-inch
12-in.
50 lb-ft
(68 Nm)
027250-07101
½-inch
21-in.
100 lb-ft
(136 Nm)
027250-07201
½-inch
21-in.
200 lb-ft
(271 Nm)
027250-07301
½-inch
28-in.
300 lb-ft
(407 Nm)
027375-07501
¾-inch
43-in.
500 lb-ft
(678 Nm)
Angle is generated by a solid-state gyro mounted in the head
of the torque wrench. With the gyro mounted in the head of the
torque wrench, errors in angle measurement due to flex of the
handle during tightening are eliminated. With the use of the
solid-state gyro, no ‘angle tether’ is required against which
angle values are referenced.
RS Technologies Division of PCB Load & Torque, Inc.
Toll-Free in USA 888-684-28947
716-684-0001
www.pcbloadtorque.com
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2.0 SAFETY INFORMATION
6.0 SHUNT CALIBRATION
Applied loads must be limited to 100% of the rated capacity.
Application of loads exceeding rated capacity can lead to
damage of the hand torque wrench and potential injury to the
operator. Therefore, always use care in applying torque to
fasteners being audited or tightened failure. Operators should
always observe standard shop safety requirements, such as
wearing steel-toed shoes, safety glasses, etc.
Shunt calibration is the known, electrical unbalancing of a
strain gage bridge by means of a fixed resistor that is placed,
or “shunted”, across one leg of the bridge. The Wheatstone
Bridge utilized by RS Technologies hand torque wrenches is
typically calibrated using the shunt calibration technique.
3.0 MECHANICAL INSTALLATION
Mechanical installation consists of attaching the proper sized
socket or drive fitting to the hand torque wrench. This socket
or drive will be lined up with the fastener being tightened.
Typical applications will be for auditing the residual torque in
a previously assembled fastener, or for final tightening of a
critical fastener.
4.0 ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION
The hand torque wrench is connected to a data collector or
signal conditioner via the 10-pin PT receptacle located on the
end of the handle. Cable assemblies for RS Technologies and
other instruments are available through RS Technologies
Division of PCB Load & Torque, Inc.
Connect one end of the cable to the wrench connector and the
other end to the data collector signal conditioner. Make sure to
completely tighten the cable connector to the wrench.
5.0 POLARITY
Clockwise torque on hand torque wrenches produces a
positive-going signal output. Counterclockwise torque
produces a negative-going signal output. Most data collectors
provide a CW/CCW adjustment to ensure accurate readings.
Shunt calibration is a practical method for providing field
calibration of data collectors and strain gage transducers such
as hand torque wrenches. This provides assurance of obtaining
accurate readings without having to apply known, traceable,
physical input loads to the wrench, which may be impractical
in an assembly line or out in the field.
Shunt calibration simulates the mechanical input to a
transducer by unbalancing the bridge with a fixed resistor
placed across, or in parallel with, one leg of the bridge. For
clockwise shunt calibration, or +CAL, the shunt resistor (RCAL)
is shunted across the +Excitation (A) and +Signal (C) leg of
the bridge. For counterclockwise shunt calibration, or –CAL,
the shunt resistor (RCAL) is shunted across the -Excitation (BD)
and +Signal (C) leg of the bridge. See Figure 1 for shunt
resistor locations in the Wheatstone Bridge circuit.
Shunt calibration is accepted throughout the industry as a
means of periodic calibration of a data collector and a hand
torque wrench between calibrations of known, applied,
traceable, mechanical input values. Consequently, most all
strain gage transducer manufacturers collect and supply shunt
calibration data, along with a shunt calibration resistor, as a
standard feature.
The hand torque wrench provided by RS Technologies
Division of PCB Load & Torque Inc. comes with a calibration
certificate. On the first page of this certificate you will find a
calibration value in engineering units that is associated with a
particular resistor. This resistor can be installed on the data
collector and used when matching up the instrument to the
wrench. Follow the instructions provided with the data
collector for complete details on shunt calibration procedures.
6.1 ANGLE CALIBRATION
If the torque-angle wrench will be used with an RS
Technologies Model 920, 960, or 962 meter with auto ID
enabled, the torque wrench parameters will be auto detected. If
not using the torque-angle wrench with auto ID enabled, or if
using a non-RS Technologies meter, manually enter the
‘Counts/Revolution’ value stated on the calibration certificate
into the transducer’s definition before calibrating to meter to
the wrench.
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Toll-Free in USA 888-684-2894
716-684-0001
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During use, a GREEN gyro status light indicates gyro
operation is normal.
6.2 Basic Shunt Calibration Procedure
The following procedure outlines the basic routine of shunt
calibration. The actual calibration procedure performed by
your data collector may be automated and will differ. Consult
the data collector instruction manual for further details.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Connect the hand torque wrench to the data collector and
allow adequate time for the system to stabilize. 2 to 5
minutes is recommended.
With no load on the wrench, adjust the data collector zero
controls for each bridge to read zero (0).
Shunt the calibration resistor between the desired
excitation and signal leads of the Wheatstone Bridge, as
described in Section 6.0.
Adjust the data collector’s gain or span controls as
required to obtain an electrical output signal and/or
numeric display that represents the simulated calibration
load as indicated on the calibration certificate.
Remove the shunt resistor and adjust the zero if necessary.
If a significant zero adjustment is required, repeat Steps 35.
7.0 OPERATION
7.1 Typical Hand Torque Wrench System Configurations
Operation requires the connection of the wrench to a readout
device, data collector, or signal conditioner. Readout
instruments, data collectors, and suitable cable assemblies are
available from RS Technologies Division of PCB Load &
Torque, Inc.
If the status light flashes RED, angular velocity has exceeded
the 180deg/sec limit and the angle reading may be in question.
The status light will return to GREEN after several seconds
and testing can continue.
Refer to Figures 3-6 for proper use of a hand torque wrench.
NOTE: To ensure best results, the square drive of the socket
must be fully engaged with the drive of the hand torque
wrench. Similarly, the hex drive of the socket must be fully
engaged with the head of the fastener.
7.4 Rundown Status LED
When used with the Model 920 meter, the tri-color rundown
status LED is used to indicate the pass/fail status of the last
recording. Refer to Figure 2. Based upon the test setup
parameters that have been programmed into the Model 920
meter, the LED indications are as follows:
RED:
Torque and, or, angle value above the
programmed ‘High Limit’.
GREEN:
Torque and angle values fall within the
programmed ‘High and Low Limit’.
YELLOW:
Torque and, or, angle value is below the
programmed ‘Low Limit’
7.2 Operation with a Data Collector or Readout Device
The span and zero of the instrument must be set before the
hand torque wrench system can be used. The span can be set
using the shunt calibration value and resistor supplied by the
manufacturer, or by a deadweight torque calibrator. Refer to
the shunt calibration information in the instruction manual of
the instrument for proper setup information.
7.3 Hand Torque Wrench Operation Guidelines
With the instrument power OFF, connect the torque/angle
wrench to the instrument.
Set the torque/angle wrench on a table top such that the gyro
status light is visible.
Switch the instrument power to ON. Do not move the
torque/angle wrench until the gyro status light turns GREEN.
Figure 2–Hand Torque Angle Status Lights
Calibrate the instrument to the torque-angle wrench. Use the
angle counts per revolution as stated on the torque-angle
wrench calibration certificate when defining the torque wrench
calibration values.
RS Technologies Division of PCB Load & Torque, Inc.
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Figure 3—Hold the handle of wrench perpendicular to the centerline
or shank of the fastener.
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Figure 6—Do not jerk the handle abruptly or you may get
inaccurate and inconsistent readings.
8.0 TROUBLESHOOTING
When having difficulty operating the hand torque wrench,
refer to the following checklist.
No output
No power
Loose or dirty connections
Open circuit or short
Faulty or improper wiring
No torque applied
Figure 4—Support the head of wrench using one hand and prepare
to pull with the other.
Erratic or Improper Readings
Excitation voltage drift
Electrical noise
Loose fixturing
Open circuit or short
Improper load applied
Cable too long
Blinking Display
Overload condition
Open circuit
Zero Balance
Load applied to wrench
Overloaded or side-loaded wrench
Open circuit
Improper electrical connections
Figure 5—For best results, pull on the handle of the wrench with a
smooth steady pull. Stop pulling the wrench handle either when the
desired torque specification is reached or when the fastener breaks
loose and the head of the fastener begins to rotate.
RS Technologies Division of PCB Load & Torque, Inc.
Zero Shift
Fixture preload
Faulty or improper wiring
Improper zero taken
Toll-Free in USA 888-684-2894
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Zero Drift
Unconditioned power supply
Open circuit or short
Loose wiring
RFI/EMI interface
Temperature change
Wrench moved on power ON before
green gyro status LED obtained
9.0 MAINTENANCE
The hand torque wrenches provided by RS Technologies
Division of PCB Load & Torque Inc. are made of durable
materials, and are intended for industrial use. However, routine
maintenance, such as cleaning of electrical connectors,
housings, handle, and square drives with solutions and
techniques that will not harm the physical material of
construction is acceptable. The hand torque wrenches should
only be wiped with a damp cloth and never submerged or have
liquids poured on them.
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Flashing red gyro status LED
Angular velocity has exceeded limit
Damaged or Deformed Equipment
Improper use
Error Analysis
PCB Load & Torque, Inc. typically supplies accuracy
information on its products in the form of individual errors
(see specification sheet). For hand torque wrenches they are:
Non-Linearity, Hysteresis, and Non-Repeatability.
The customer can combine these individual errors to establish
the maximum possible error for the measurement or just
examine the applicable individual error. If the wrench is used
for increasing torque measurement only, ignore the Hysteresis
error. If the torque measurement is near the full rated capacity,
the linearity error can be ignored. If the capability exists to
correct the data through linearization-fit or a look-up-table, the
error in the measurement can be minimized. A sophisticated
user can get rid of all the errors except for the nonrepeatability error in the measurement.
If problems persist, contact PCB Load & Torque for technical
assistance.
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HAND TORQUE-ANGLE WRENCH OPERATION MANUAL
MANUAL NUMBER: 51051
MANUAL REVISION: A
ECN NUMBER: 37134
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Toll-Free in USA 888-684-2894
716-684-0001
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Model Number
027250-07201
Performance
Measurement Range(Full Scale Capacity)
Sensitivity(output at rated capacity)(0.25%FS)
Non-Linearity
Hysteresis
Interchangeabilty
Overload Capacity
Drive Size
Quadrature Output
Quadrature Output Voltage
Angle Resolution
ENGLISH
SI
200 lbf-ft
2 mV/V
≤ 0.25 % FS
≤ 0.25 % FS
≤ 0.30 % FS
150 % F.S.
1/2 inch Square
2950 Counts/Rev
0 to 5V
0.125 degrees
271.2 Nm
2 mV/V
≤ 0.25 % FS
≤ 0.25 % FS
≤ 0.30 % FS
150 % F.S.
1/2 inch Square
2950 Counts/Rev
0 to 5V
0.125 degrees
0 to +200 °F
+70 to +150 °F
± 0.01 %RO/°F
± 0.01 %FS/°F
-18 to +93 °C
+21 to +66 °C
± 0.018 %RO/°C
± 0.018 %FS/°C
350 Ohm
10 VDC or VAC rms
≤ 2 % FS
2 mV/V
+5 VDC
cw+
350 Ohm
10 VDC or VAC rms
≤ 2 % FS
2 mV/V
+5 VDC
cw+
21.00 in
1.8 lb
PT06A-12-10S
DT02H-12-10P
Violet
Ball/Spring
540 mm
0.8 kg
PT06A-12-10S
DT02H-12-10P
Violet
Ball/Spring
[2]
[3]
[3]
[4]
Physical
Size (Length)
Weight
Mating Connector
Connector
Color Code
Socket Retaining Type
[6]
All specifications are at room temperature unless otherwise specified.
In the interest of constant product improvement, we reserve the right to change specifications without notice.
Optional versions have identical specifications and accessories as listed for the standard model
except where noted below. More than one option may be used.
[5]
[2]
NOTES:
[1]
[2]
[3]
[4]
[5]
[6]
Electrical
Bridge Resistance
Excitation Voltage(Recommended)
Zero Balance
Shunt Calibration
Angle Power
Output Polarity
ECN #: 46456
OPTIONAL VERSIONS
Environmental
Temperature Range(Operating)
Temperature Range(Compensated)
Temperature Effect on Output(Maximum)
Temperature Effect on Zero Balance(Maximum)
Revision: C
HAND TORQUE ANGLE WRENCH
2 mV/V with 43.575 kOhm precision resistor.
Nominal.
FS - Full Scale.
Matched for mV/V and shunt calibration.
See Drawing 50913 for Complete Dimensions
See PCB Declaration of Conformance PS117 for details.
SUPPLIED ACCESSORIES:
Model 7122R-04352A PRECISION CAL RESISTOR 43.575 kOhm
[1]
OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES:
Model 080962-01000 MODEL 962 DATA RECORDER
Model 097000-34445 INTERCONNECT CABLE
Model 4242R-000630 MATING CONNECTOR PT06A-12-10S(SR)
Entered: LK
Engineer: PE
Sales: DM
Approved: JSD
Spec Number:
Date: 1/31/2017
Date: 1/31/2017
Date: 1/31/2017
Date: 1/31/2017
49884
PCB Load & Torque
A Division of PCB Piezotronics
24350 Indoplex Circle
Farmington Hills, MI 48335
UNITED STATES
Phone: 866-684-7107
E-Mail: LTSales@pcb.com
Web site: www.pcb.com/LoadAndTorque
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PCB Load & Torque (A Division of PCB Piezotronics, Inc.)
claims proprietary rights in the information disclosed hereon.
Neither it nor any reproduction thereof will be disclosed to
others without the written consent of PCB Load and Torque.
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DESCRIPTION
ECO
A
ADDED TOLERANCES - 01.26.17, PTE
46403
D
D
ISO VIEW
SCALE 1 / 2
21.93 `.06 [557.0 `1.5]
4.90 `.03 [124.5 `.8]
10.44 [265.2]
R.700 [17.8]
2.50 [63.5]
n1.00 [25.4]
C
C
Ø1.86 [47.1]
1.40 [35.6]
Ø.75 [19.1]
ID LABEL - COLOR CODED
TRI-COLOR RUNDOWN STATUS LED
(RED - YEL - GRN)
FOAM RUBBER GRIP
CONNECTOR SHROUD
GYRO STATUS LED
(RED - GRN)
1.25 [31.8]
1.94 `.03 [49.1 `.8]
B
B
PUSH/TURN RECEPTACLE
(PT02H-12-10P OR EQUIV.)
WIRING CODE:
PIN A +EXC.
PIN B +SIG.
PIN C -SIG.
PIN D -EXC.
PIN E ENCODER GND
PIN F +5 VOLTS
PIN G CW LEAD
PIN H CCW TRAIL
PIN J ID GND
PIN K ID DATA
.56 [14.2]
o1/2" DRIVE
A
BALL DETENT
A
UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED TOLERANCES ARE:
DIMENSIONS IN INCHES
DECIMALS
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3
XX ±.01
XXX ±.005
DIMENSIONS IN MILLIMETERS
[ IN BRACKETS ]
DECIMALS
X ± 0.3
XX ± 0.13
ANGLES ` .5 DEGREES
ANGLES ` .5 DEGREES
FILLETS AND RADII
.015 MAX
FILLETS AND RADII
0.38 MAX
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DRAWN
PTE
11.01.16
CHECKED
JSD
01.23.17
ENGINEER
JAM
08.03.11
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OUTLINE DRAWING
1/2" SQ DRIVE - STANDARD
HAND TORQUE/ANGLE WRENCH
24350 Indoplex Circle, Farmington Hills,MI 48335
(248) 888-8260 E-MAIL: ltinfo@pcb.com
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