Buy a belt tension meter with an accuracy of ±5% of full-scale, resolution ±1N, belt width up to 36 mm, overload alarm 750N, Max. load 850N. The belt frequency meter is widely applied in industries of automobile, textile, cables, wires, plastic films, paper, and printing.
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Tension meters are instruments that measure tension in cable, fiber, belts and webs, or sheets. sisco tension meter mainly used in belt tension measurement can also be applied to measure the tension of objects such as tapes, and wires. Widely applied in industries of automobile, textile, cables, wires, plastic films, paper, and printing.
Q1: What is a tension meter?
A1: A tension meter is a device used to measure tension in wires, cables, textiles, Mechanical belts, and more. Meters commonly use a 3-roller system where the material travels through the rollers causing deflection in the center roller that is connected to an analog indicator or load cell on digital models. Single-roll tension sensors and sonic tension meters are other types of tension meters. Tension may also be inferred from the frequency of vibration of the material under stress by solving the "Vibrating String Equation". Tension meters are available as handheld devices or as equipment for fixed installations. These are basically necessary to build up a tension-controlled closed loop.
Q2: What is the purpose of the tension meter?
A2: A tension meter is a device used to measure tension in wires, cables, textiles, Mechanical belts, and more. Meters commonly use a 3-roller system where the material travels through the rollers causing deflection in the center roller that is connected to an analog indicator or load cell on digital models.
Q3: How does a tension meter work?
A3: Tension meters measure the dynamic tension in a moving yarn and regulate the tension of the yarn on a winding machine. Tension sensors are dynamic tension devices. The piezoelectric element mounted on a flexible beam is the most important part of tension sensors.
Tips: How to choose a tension meter?
The tensiometer is the same as all instruments, no matter how high the accuracy of the instrument is, there will be certain errors and a certain measurement range.
- Tension meter range selection method: usually the maximum tension actually used is 80% of the tensiometer range is the best. The reason is: the tensiometer calibration usually adopts a 2-point calibration method. The first point is 0 points, and the second point is 80% of the range. Therefore, theoretically speaking, the most accurate 2 points for tensiometer measurement are 0 points and the effective point.
- Selection method of the wire diameter range of the material measured by the tensiometer: Since the tensiometer adopts a 2-point linear calibration method and the working principle of the tensiometer is to measure the joint force (pressure on the measurement point), and convert the component force through the parallelogram rule (material tension). In this way, if the calibrated diameter of the tensiometer is different from the diameter of the material during actual measurement, there will be errors in the theoretically measured value, and the greater the difference between the measured material diameter and the effective diameter, the greater the measurement error. Therefore, when selecting the tensiometer, try to make the diameter of the measured material the same or close to the effective diameter of the tensiometer.
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