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NCTE presents the smallest non-contact torque sensor for serial applications. For an automotive supplier, the manufacturer realized the sensor on a shaft, not much thicker than a toothpick. Also to see how the non-contact torque sensors are suitable for internal measurements in hollow shafts and retrofitting into existing applications.
This makes it possible to retrofit systems and machines for the 4.0 industry. Whether for large series, special applications or retrofitting, in the smallest installation spaces, at temperatures up to 200 ° C or in water and oil, when it comes to measuring forces on a shaft is the magnetic technology.
With the help of magnetic fields, the sensors measure quantities such as torque, force, shear, speed or bending in a non-contact and maintenance-free manner under the most difficult conditions such as extreme temperatures and vibrations. The sensors are used in Fazua e-bike drives, on the race track of the Red Bull KTM MotoGP Factory Racing Team, in medical technology and vehicle construction, as well as in numerous industrial companies for process automation.
The company cooperates with Schaeffler. The collaboration is developing steadily and is being extended across several industrial products.