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Special features of the Model T120 include “best in class” high torsional stiffness, along with the industry’s most compact and lightweight torque sensor design. The higher stiffness of the Model T120 offers substantial increases in overhung moments, shear weight and maximum thrust. Units feature a 2” diameter, overall length of 1.75” and total weight of less than 1 lb.  This reduced size and weight allows for added ease and flexibility of installation at either the driver, or absorber end, of the measurement chain.

SensorData Model T120 reaction torque sensors are available in five unique ranges (50, 100, 200, 500 and 1K lb-in), with a typical rated output of 2 mV/V.  Their sensing transduction technology utilizes a full bridge sensing element with integral temperature compensation, making possible tight zero and sensitivity shifts of only 0.002% of load/F. The non-linearity, hysteresis and overall accuracy specifications of the Model T120 are 0.10% of rated output, with repeatability rated at 0.05% of output.  The maximum load of 200% of rated torque capacity will not cause a permanent shift in performance characteristics.

External AC carrier or DC strain gage signal conditioning electronics, such as the SensorData i200, are recommended for use along with the Model T120.  In addition, SensorData is also able to calibrate the Model T120 together with customer-supplied electronics for a fee. Please consult the factory for details.

Typical applications for the Model T120 include high-accuracy non-rotating torque measurements of motors, pumps, compressors, tire braking, as well as a variety of twisting measurements.

For certified drawings, detailed technical specifications, pricing and lead times, please contact SensorData Technologies at +1.586.739.4254, via email at or visit

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