22 July, 2024

New ring force sensors with galvanically isolated input

13 March, 2024

Inelta Sensorsysteme has announced it has added new model variants to its portfolio of ring force sensors. The sensor type, which acts as a measuring washer, is used to detect axially acting forces on screws, shafts or axles and is used, for example, to determine or monitor preload forces on screw connections.


The company says the ring force sensors in the RKT60 series are now available for four nominal loads of 5, 10, 15 and 20 kN. The series is characterised by a compact deformation body made of stainless steel, a low overall height and mechanical overload protection. To protect against contact, dust and moisture, the manufacturer also offers the sensors in a molded version. Inelta also offers model variants with an integrated measuring amplifier.

The company says these units with strain gauge full bridge, stainless steel deformation body and extremely flat contact surface are particularly resistant to eccentric forces. Another innovation is the RKT120 series of ring force sensors with IP67 protection and a nominal force of 10 kN. The sensors, which are protected against dust and moisture by encapsulation, have a compact stainless steel deformation body, low overall height and integrated electronics with an electrically isolated safety function for testing the measuring bridge.

This safety feature is particularly needed in event technology to ensure the safety of people and loads moving on stages. The new RKT120 series, designed for a temperature range of -15 °C to 75 °C, integrates a measuring amplifier with analogue output and is also transverse force tolerant due to the convex force transmission.

Inelta offers its ring force sensors with or without electronics and can adapt them to customer-specific requirements if necessary. The sensor specialist's range is rounded off by highly compact, digital display modules with OLED display for strain gauge force sensors with or without integrated measuring amplifier

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