Torq-Tronics 2 is the digital torque tester from Sturtevant Richmont with robust transducers and Fail Safe Engineering.
Accurate to +/- .5% Indicated Value this digital torque tester can be used as a daily verification workhorse and still calibrate torque tools and meet N.I.S.T. traceability standards. If your torque tester doesn't have Fail Safe Engineering you may want to take a closer look at your current tester and see where it is letting you down.
The TorqTronics digital torque tester was well received and sold well throughout its life cycle. As we continue to improve tools and develop new technology in August 2013 TorqTronics was replaced by the TorqTronics 2.
We still calibrate and repair the TorqTronics digital tester. To contact us to schedule calibration or repair click here.
The Global 100 expands the capabilities found in the Global 8. More tools, job recognition, greater flexibility.
We have replaced the Global 100 with the Global 400. We continue to support the Global 100 while we recommend that Global 100 users upgrade to the Global 400.
Global 100 Torque Controller
Global 100 organizes and monitors any combination of up to 20 PST-equipped ported pulse tools, 1100-Series Exacta® 2 digital torque wrenches, 2.4 GHz preset torque wrenches or select battery-powered tools.
The Global 100 organizes and manages up to 100 parameters and organizes them into up to 100 jobs. Jobs can be a VIN number, part number or some proprietary system based on your needs.
Features and Specifications
Maximum number of torque tools controlled in any combination: 16
Two-Way Communication with 1100-Series Exacta® 2 Digital Torque Wrenches
Two-Way Communication with PST Pressure Sensor/Transceiver for ported pulse tools
Two-Way Communication with 2.4 GHz Wireless Preset Torque Wrenches
Manages & communicates variable torque data
Manages & communicates attribute torque data
Downloads assembly specifications to tools
Performs task sequencing
Accepts task sequencing from external commands
Display shows current tool and current tightening status
LED’s for Cycle Accept, Cycle Reject and Batch Accept
No 10-Pin I/O port for 24 VDC signals & relays
Beeper augments visual communication
Soft key programming on front panel
2.4 GHz RF communication distance up to 50’ (16m)
9-pin serial connector for serial printer
1 tool assigned per parameter
Only tool assigned to current parameter is active
100 jobs organized
100 parameters organized
30 parameters per job
Bar code capable
Communicates is Open Protocol via Ethernet
2400 stored historical torque events
Third-party software that performs data logging and facilitates programming tasks for Global 8 units can be found and downloaded here.
Frequently Asked Questions Regarding the Global 100 (10495)
The Global 100 does use ACOP. The primary difference between the Global 100 and Global 8 with ACOP is that the Global 100 supports more Open Protocol commands. Instead of 8 parameters the G100 has 100 parameters and they can be assigned to a Job. A Job can consist of up to 30 parameters. The Global 100 can store up to 100 Jobs. When the Job command is sent to the G 100, it will guide the operator through the Job one parameter at one time. The Global 100 can also communicate with 20 tools instead of only 8 tools as in the Global 8. The Global 100 can also be maintained via the Ethernet connection and the utility software that is supplied free of charge. It is necessary to pair or “learn” the radio of the G100 and the tool at the controller using the menu screens, however creating the parameters can be accomplished over the Ethernet from your computer with the software.
The Global 100 uses the same I/O cable as the Global 8. It is very important to understand that the only functional portion of the I/O for the G100 are the Outputs. Only the Suspend Input is functional. We basically have used the operating framework of the Global 8 for the G 100. In the G 8 there is capacity for 8 parameters. Engineering increased the G100 capacity by storing the parameters on the network card that is separate from the Global 8 processor that manages the 8 parameters. The G100 is really an Ethernet based system. The command to select a parameter or a job is done via the Ethernet connection or the serial barcode input. Once a parameter is selected it overwrites one of the 8 parameter slots (left over from the Global 8). Overwriting the parameter slot is random and there is no way for the PLC to know what or where the parameter is in the 8 slots. We can accept a suspend and we can provide Accept, Reject or Batch Accept, but that is all the I/O is capable of.
Do you have existing SLTC FM 2.4 GHz wrenches with the 6 volt battery and radio combination and would like to upgrade to the AAA battery and radio combination? This is the where you can get the information to order your retrofit kit.
Our click wrenches are built on these three concepts. The SLTC FM 2.4 GHz A3 wrench is the latest in wireless click wrench technology. We kept the parts you like the most and tweaked it. And we made it easy if you already have an SLTC FM wrench.
The same reliability and accuracy of the PST 1000 now has a new look and some new capabilities.
Longer battery life. Improved ergonomics. Faster connection with the torque controller. This is the new PST 2000!
When using ported pneumatic tools and you need a date/time stamped electronic validation that work has been done, pair your PST 2000 with one of the Global family torque controllers. (Global 8 and Global 100).
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