Datasheet - Sensor Technology

Datasheet - Sensor Technology
TORQ SENSE
®
RWT310/320 series
Torque Transducer
SENSOR
Apollo Park, Ironstone Lane, Wroxton, Banbury, Oxon, UK OX15 6AY
TECHNOLOGY
Email: [email protected] Web: www.sensors.co.uk
Tel: +44 (0)1869 238400 Fax: +44 (0)1869 238401
TORQ SENSE
SENSOR
®
TECHNOLOGY
Digital RWT310/320 series Torque Transducer
TorqSense Digital RWT310 & 320 series transducers
with integral electronics now offer cost effective, noncontact digital rotary torque measurement, using
Surface Acoustic Wave technology, suitable for torque
monitoring, testing or controlling drive mechanisms.
TorqSense RWT310 & 320 series transducers and
their technology are particularly appropriate for OEM
applications.
Benefits
Minimal shaft length
- High shaft stiffness
Low inertia – High
Speed capability
because electronics
are not fixed on to shaft
Non contact
measurement
High bandwidth
200% safe mechanical
overload
High accuracy and resolution
Excellent noise immunity
Integral digital electronics
Operates both statically and dynamically
- Clockwise/anti-clockwise
Any full scale torque can be specified within
Standard range: 1Nm through to 10,000Nm
Lifetime warranty
Consult factory for ranges greater than 10KNm
High speeds available on request
Technology
TorqSense patented technology is the measurement of
the resonant frequency change in 'frequency dependent'
surface acoustic wave devices, caused when strain is
applied. The signal is coupled via a non-contact RF
rotating couple from the shaft to a fixed pick-up.
Integral electronics enables the resonant frequencies to
be measured and offer user selectable features, digital
outputs and diagnostics. SAW devices are not affected
by magnetic fields.
US Patents: US5585571, US6478584.
RWT3243R
Software
TorqView is an easy to use advanced torque monitoring
software, available to assist data recording and
instrumentation displays that interface with Windows
based PCs. See TorqView datasheet.
Features: 3 types of display. Text files compatible
with Matlab and Excel. Real time chart plotting.
LabView VIs are available for users to design their own
process control applications.
DLLs are also available for users to write their own
custom software.
TorqSense RWT310 series transducers offer:
Fixed voltage or current analog outputs (one
for torque and the other for speed or power) for
interfacing with legacy analog instrumentation
BIT Self-diagnostics for letting the manufacturer
know that the transducer’s torque, speed ratings
and calibration due date have not been exceeded.
Simple ‘Fail’ output pin
Sensors to monitor shaft temperature for better
compensation and accuracy
Whereas, TorqSense RWT320 series transducers
offer:
2 x user selectable voltage or current analog
outputs (one for torque and the other for speed,
power or peak torque) for interfacing with legacy
analog instrumentation
Digital outputs, such as RS232 and USB, for
interfacing with modern instrumentation and laptops
Digital input for configuring transducer via PC
BIT Self-diagnostics for letting users know data
is trustworthy, that the transducer’s torque, speed
ratings and calibration due date have not been
exceeded
Transducer configuration software to allow user
to changes transducer variables
Ability to connect up to 10 transducers using USB
Simple ‘Fail’ output pin
Sensors to monitor shaft temperature for better
compensation and accuracy
RWT310/320 Series Torque Transducers - Data Specification
Parameter
Condition
Data
Units
RWT310/320 Torque measurement system
Measurement method
Strain Dependent Surface Acoustic Wave Resonators (interrogated by an incremental electronic scanning method)
(See Notes 1
Torque range
0–1
0 – 1.1
0 – 21
0 – 101
0 - 501
0 – 2001
Nm
& 2 below)
to 0 - 20
to 0 - 100
to 0 - 500
to 0 - 2000
to 0 - 10000
[0 - 10]
[0 – 11
to 0 - 200]
[0 – 201
to 0 - 1000]
[0 – 1001
to 0 - 5000]
[0 – 5001
to 0 - 20000]
[0 – 20001
to 0 - 100000]
[lbf.in]
Shaft size (diameter)
6
12
20
30
50
75
mm
Rotation speed/angle of rotation measurement system
Measurement method
Opto switch through slotted disc
Direct output signal
Pulse output direct from opto switch (TTL, 5V square wave), output is independent of any analog or digital processing.
Digital Processing
Processing Method
Update rate for analog and digital outputs
Techniques
Mode 1 (Slow Method)
1
Hz
Frequency Count
Processing modes run
0 – 2000 RPM
RPM / 2
simultaneously and can
Mode 2 (Fast Method)
2000 – 4000 RPM
((RPM – 2000) x 0.3227) + 650
be applied to either
Period Count
4000 – 8000 RPM
((RPM – 4000) x 0.196) + 800
Hz
analog channel or
8000 – 16000 RPM
((RPM – 8000) x 0.1117) + 850
accessed individually via
16000 – 32000 RPM
((RPM – 16000) x 0.058) + 900
a digital connection.
(See Note 3)
Rotational speed (max)
30,000
20,000
15,000
12,000
9,000
6,000
RPM
Temperature
Measurement method
IR temperature sensor monitoring actual shaft temperature
0
Temperature accuracy
C
±1
0
20
Reference
C
temperature, TRT
0
Operating range, ∆TO
-10 to +50
C
0
Storage range, ∆TS
-20 to +70
C
Temperature drift (FS)
Max
0.05
%FS/0C
Specifications
Linearity
%FS
±0.25
Hysteresis
<0.1
%FS
Resolution
0.1
%FS
Repeatability
0.1
%FS
RWT310 Series Transducers ONLY
Frequency response
101
Hz
%FS
Accuracy
200C, SM
±0.25 (±0.5 for 2Nm and below)
(See Note 4)
RWT320 Series Transducers ONLY
Frequency response
Accuracy
200C, SM
(See Note 4)
1620
±1
810
±0.7
405
±0.5
202
±0.4
101
±0.25
50
±0.25
25
±0.25
12
±0.25
(See Note 5)
Digital averaging
1
2
4
8
16
32
64
128
Analog output
Output voltages
Options available: ±1 / ±5 / ±10 / Unipolar (RWT310 Series default setting is ±5Vdc)
(Torque/Speed/Power)
(RWT320 Series output voltages are user selectable)
Load impedance
Maximum 1
Output currents
Options available: 4-20mA, 0-20mA and 12±8mA
(Torque/Speed/Power)
(RWT320 Series output currents are user selectable)
4-20mA Loop resistance
Should not exceed 400
Digital output (RWT320 Series Transducers ONLY)
Output type
RS232 (Standard), USB 2.0 full speed 12 Mbps (optional), CANbus (optional)
Sampling rate
1.62
Power supply
Nominal voltage, VS
12 to 32 (max)
Current consumption, IS
500 (max)
Power consumption, WS
6
Allowed residual ripple
500
of excitation voltage,
(above nominal supply voltage)
Vripple
Electromagnetic compatibility
EMC compatibility
EN 61326:2006
Note 1.
Note 2.
Note 3.
Note 4.
Note 5.
Any torque/FSD is possible between ranges – please specify max rated torque.
Max rated torque should not be exceeded.
Please consult factory for applications requiring rotational speeds that exceed maximum figures given.
Transducers fitted for IP65 will have running speeds considerably reduced, increased drag torque and accuracy can
be affected.
SM – Static Mode. Dynamic values will depend upon user application and has to be adjusted accordingly.
Digital averaging can be configured by user to optimise accuracy/frequency response for specific user applications.
Digital averaging default setting is N=16. For details see User Manual.
Data parameters measured at +20°C
Sensor Technology Ltd reserves the right to change specification and dimensions without notice.
© Sensor Technology Ltd 2011
RWT3177R (Rev4F)
Hz
%FS
N
Vdc
KΩ
mA
Ω
ksps
V
mA
W
mVp-p
RWT310/320 Series Torque Transducers
Dimensions (1Nm to 100Nm)
Parameter
Data
Mechanical Properties
Torque (Max)
1
2.5
Shaft Code
CF
DA
Shaft Size
6
(Diameter)
Torsional
0.23 1.28
Stiffness
0.45 5.96
Mass moment
of inertia, LV
Max measurable
load limit
Static safe load
breaking
Shaft weight,
0.03 0.14
approx
Transducer with
0.7
0.8
shaft weight,
approx
3.9
DF
6
DB
8.5
DC
12
13
DG
Units
17.5
DD
20
DE
30
EB
55
EC
85
ED
100
EE
Nm
20
mm
1.3
1.32
1.6
1.7
1.8
1.9
4.1
6.4
8.1
9.2
KNm/rad
6.00
6.04
6.13
6.18
6.24
6.42
22.9
23.9
25.4
27.2
120 (of rated torque)
x
10-6
kg.m2
%
200 (of rated torque)
%
0.14
0.14
0.14
0.15
0.15
0.15
0.36
0.37
0.40
0.41
kg
0.8
0.8
0.8
0.8
0.8
0.8
1.0
1.0
1.1
1.1
kg
Data parameters measured at +20°C
Sensor Technology Ltd reserves the right to change specification and dimensions without notice.
.
© Sensor Technology Ltd 2011
RWT3177R (Rev4F)
RWT310/320 Series Torque Transducers
Dimensions (101Nm to 500Nm)
Parameter
Data
Mechanical Properties
Torque (Max)
Shaft Code
Shaft Size
(Diameter)
Torsional stiffness
Mass moment of
inertia
Max measurable
load limit
Static safe load
breaking
Shaft weight,
approx
Transducer with
shaft weight,
approx
175
FA
32.9
138.9
225
FB
35.6
143.1
Units
265
FC
30
350
FD
37.2
147.7
37.9
151.9
500
FE
Nm
mm
39.8
174.2
x
kNm/rad
10-6 kg.m2
120 (of rated torque)
%
200 (of rated torque)
%
1.1
1.1
1.1
1.2
1.2
kg
2.4
2.4
2.4
2.5
2.5
kg
Data parameters measured at +20°C
Sensor Technology Ltd reserves the right to change specification and dimensions without notice.
© Sensor Technology Ltd 2011
RWT3177R (Rev4F)
RWT310/320 Series Torque Transducers
Dimensions (501Nm to 10000Nm)
Parameter
Data
Mechanical Properties
Torque (Max)
650
Shaft Code
GE
Shaft Size
(Diameter)
Torsional Stiffness
TBC
Mass moment of
TBC
inertia
Max measurable
load limit
Static safe load
breaking
Shaft weight,
TBC
approx
Transducer with
TBC
shaft weight,
approx
850
GA
TBC
TBC
1100
GB
50
1350
GC
199.2
1330
TBC
TBC
2000
GD
Units
3000
HA
4000
HB
6000
HC
10000
HF
Nm
75
214.1
1497
TBC
TBC
TBC
TBC
mm
914.4
7932.7
945.5
9407.1
120 (of rated torque)
kNm/rad
x
10-6
kg.m2
%
200 (of rated torque)
%
TBC
3.9
TBC
4.1
TBC
TBC
10.2
10.6
kg
TBC
7.1
TBC
7.3
TBC
TBC
13.4
13.8
kg
Data parameters measured at +20°C
Sensor Technology Ltd reserves the right to change specification and dimensions without notice.
© Sensor Technology Ltd 2011
RWT3177R (Rev4F)
RWT310/320 Series Torque Transducers - Standard Range
● – Standard feature ◊ – Optional feature
Torque, Speed, Power Outputs
Torque only
Torque & Speed (60 pulses/rev)
Torque & Speed (360 pulses/rev)
Torque & Power (60 pulses/rev)
Torque & Speed (60 pulses/rev)
or Power
Torque & Speed (360 pulses/rev)
or Power
Standard features
Keyed Shaft Ends
Voltage output ±5v FSD (Fixed)
Voltage outputs from ±1v to ±10v FSD
and unipolar (Variable)
RS232 output
Torque Averaging and Torque Peak
Self Diagnostics
Internal temperature measurement
Deep grooved shielded bearings with oil
lubrication
Ingress Protection (IP) 54
Optional features
Plain Shaft Ends
RWT310/320
Series
RWT310
RWT320
310
320
Option
Code
User to specify RPM/FSD
when ordering
Not yet available
User to specify Power/FSD
when ordering
Outputs are user selectable
311
312
313
321
Not yet available
322
●
●
●
K
B
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
◊
◊
Value available on RWT320
series only
P
Voltage output ±1v FSD (Fixed)
Voltage output ±10v FSD (Fixed)
◊
◊
A
C
Unipolar voltages (Fixed)
◊
U
◊
D
◊
E
◊
V
Current output 0-20mA (Fixed)
Current output 4-20mA (Fixed)
Current output 12±8mA (Fixed)
Current output 0-20mA, 4-20mA
& 12±8mA (Variable)
USB 2.0 full speed 12 Mbps Digital output
CANbus output
High Speed Bearings
(See Note 7 below)
Sealed Bearings
Ingress Protection (IP) 65
(See Note 8 below)
1Nm will have flats
Output is user selectable
●
●
●
●
Remarks
◊
F
◊
◊
G
H
◊
◊
J
◊
◊
S
◊
◊
L
Shaft length will be longer
than keyed end shafts –
consult factory for length
In place of Option B
In place of Option B
In place of Option B. User
to specify range/scale when
ordering
In place of Voltage output
options
In place of Voltage output
options
In place of Voltage output
options
Current output is user
selectable and in place of
Voltage output. However
user can reselect a Voltage
output, if required. (Note 6)
In place of RS232 ouput
Consult factory for maximum
speed allowance.
Note 6. 2 x analog channels available. Default settings are Channel 1 (voltage/current) – torque.
Channel 2 (voltage/current) – speed or power, if ordered.
Note 7. At very high speeds, for better balance the factory recommend plain or splined shafts.
Note 8. Transducers fitted for IP65 will have running speeds considerably reduced, increased drag torque and accuracy can
be affected.
Data parameters measured at +20°C
Sensor Technology Ltd reserves the right to change specification and dimensions without notice.
© Sensor Technology Ltd 2011
RWT3177R (Rev4F)
RWT310/320 Series Torque Transducers – Connector and Lead Options
Connectors & Leads
Analog Connector
12 Pin Lumberg (female)
RWT310/320
Series
RWT310
RWT320
◊
Digital Connector
12 Pin Lumberg (male)
Analog Lead (Length 2.5m)
12 Pin Lumberg (female) to 15 way ‘D’
type connector (female)
Digital Lead (Length 2.5m)
12 Pin Lumberg (male) to 15 way ‘D’
type connector (male)
◊
Option
Code
ACC 1
◊
ACC 2
◊
ACC 3
For connecting RWT to user’s
system via 15 pin ‘D’ connector
◊
ACC 4
For connecting RWT to user’s
system via 15 pin ‘D’ connector
◊
ACC 5
◊
ACC 6
◊
ACC 8
◊
ACC 9
Digital Lead Adapter (Length 1m)
15 Way ‘D’ type (female) to RS232, USB
and Power Connectors
Digital Lead Adapter (Length 1m)
15 Way ‘D’ type (female) to CANbus and
Power Connectors
Digital Lead Adapter (Length 1m)
15 Way ‘D’ type (female) to CANbus, USB
and Power Connectors
For user to self wire
◊
Digital Lead Adapter (Length 1m)
15 Way ‘D’ type (female) to RS232 and
Power Connectors
Remarks/Purpose
For user to self wire
For connecting RWT to PC via
RS232
[Also needs Digital Lead
(ACC4) to connect to RWT]
For connecting RWT to PC via
USB (Option G) or RS232
[Also needs Digital Lead
(ACC4) to connect to RWT]
For connecting RWT to PC via
CANbus (Option H)
[Also needs Digital Lead
(ACC4) to connect to RWT]
For connecting RWT to PC via
USB (Option G) or CANbus
(Option H)
[Also needs Digital Lead
(ACC4) to connect to RWT]
RWT310/320 Series Torque Transducers – Additional related products
Code
ETD
PSU 1
SBU 1
TV
Transducer Display ETD
AC Mains Adapter Power Supply
Transducer Signal Breakout Unit
TorqView
Remarks/Purpose
Display readout
For providing 12-32Vdc
Torque Monitoring Software
ACC 3&4
12 Pin Lumberg
15 W ay D Type
ACC 5 or 8
RS232 (ACC 5) /
CANbus (ACC 8)
15 W ay D Type
(connects to ACC4)
Power
ACC 6 or 9
RS232 (ACC 5) / CANbus (ACC 9)
USB
15 W ay D Type
(connects to ACC4)
Power
Data parameters measured at +20°C
Sensor Technology Ltd reserves the right to change specification and dimensions without notice.
© Sensor Technology Ltd 2011
RWT3177R (Rev4F)
When ordering a Torque Transducer please note that any torque/FSD is possible between ranges – please specify
rated torque and options using the following format:
For example: RWT
311 - 15Nm -
K-CL
A ‘basic’ transducer with
torque and speed outputs,
rated and calibrated to
15Nm FSD with keyed ends,
±10v and IP65 protection.
Your transducer requirement: RWT
Max speed (if applicable)
RPM
Connector & Lead options
(if applicable) See over
Additional related products
(if applicable) See over
Glossary of terms and definitions used in this datasheet
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Surface Acoustic Wave (SAW) - An acoustic wave travelling along the surface of a material having some
elasticity, with amplitude that typically decays exponentially with the depth of the substrate.
Strain dependent SAW resonators – A type of elastic SAW device, which changes its resonant properties
when it is subjected to axial strain/compression. TorqSense uses this principle, which is protected by a
number of patents.
Incremental Electronic Scan (IES) – The most successful and precise method for interrogating strain
dependent SAW resonators. The IES interrogation method uses a processor controlled frequency synthesiser
to excite the SAW resonators over a defined range of frequencies and measure the reflected signal.
TorqSense uses this patented method.
Resolution of the IES method - The minimum measurable number corresponding to the stress/strain
sensitive resonance point of the SAW resonator. The value is limited by following the factors:
•
frequency resolution of the synthesiser, which is 1000 times greater then overall resolution of the
system.
•
relationship between frequency response and resolution. Increments of the resolution will proportionally
decrease the system’s frequency response. TorqSense systems are optimised for the best performance
that suits most applications. However, on the RWT320 series models customers do have the capability
to adjust the system performance.
Frequency response of the IES method – The measure of the TorqSense system's response at the
output to a signal of varying frequency at its input. The frequency response is typically characterised by the
magnitude of the system's response, measured in dB. There are two ways of characterising the system’s
frequency response:
•
0.1dB frequency range, where the output magnitude of the signal is different to the input magnitude of
the signal by not more then 0.1dB (practically absolutely identical).
•
3dB frequency range, where the output magnitude of the signal is 0.707 of the input signal. This is a
common standard for most applications, unless it specifically says otherwise. This standard is also used
to characterise the TorqSense system’s frequency response.
Accuracy - The degree of conformity of a measured or calculated quantity, which will show the same or
similar results. Accuracy of the overall TorqSense system is limited by the combined error of several factors
such as linearity, hysteresis, temperature drifts and other parameters affecting measurements. If errors in
the system are known or can be estimated, an overall error or uncertainty of measurement can be
calculated.
Digital averaging – The application of algorithms to reduce white noise. In any electronic system,
electronic white noise is mixed with the signal and this noise usually limits the accuracy. To reduce the
influence of white noise and increase the accuracy of the system different averaging algorithms can be
applied. In the TorqSense system a flying digital averaging technique is applied to reduce the white noise
commensurate with the level of accuracy required. However, as any averaging algorithm works as a low
pass filter, the more averaging that is applied the lower the frequency response. Therefore, each Torqsense
system should be optimised to the customer’s requirements by choosing the right combination of
accuracy/frequency response. Please see relevant part of the Datasheet and User Manual.
Data parameters measured at +20°C
Sensor Technology Ltd reserves the right to change specification and dimensions without notice.
© Sensor Technology Ltd 2011
RWT3177R (Rev4F)
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