Portable Digital Torque Tester is Easy to Use

The unit can be wall mounted or employed in a bench-top vise to allow the user to accurately test torque wrenches and torque screwdrivers.

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Regardless of the workplace–from a power generation site to a wind farm, from a manufacturing plant to a diesel repair center, the portable Snap-on Industrial Digital Torque Tester (DTT) can do its job almost anywhere. Due to its light weight combined with an integral transducer and sturdy housing, the unit can be wall mounted or employed in a bench-top vise to allow the user to accurately test torque wrenches and torque screwdrivers.

The DDT features an easy-to-use 4.7-inch touch-pad screen to capture peak torque values during real-time testing and allows download of test data to a PC. All DTT torque testers are sold in a complete kit that includes the tester, hard carrying case, two socket driver reducer adapters, ac/dc power supply, ac adapter and USB cable.

The six DTT models range in capacity from 1/4 inch drive, 10-100 in. oz. to 3/4 inch drive, 60-600 ft. lbs. All models will display readings in English, Newton meters and kilogram-centimeter units of torque.

Accuracy of the DDT is ±0.5 percent of reading ±1 count CW and CCW from 10 to 100 percent of full scale at 25 C.

Display accuracy of the unit is four digits, 9999 cycle counts. It requires six AA alkaline batteries, or it can be run off the ac adapter.

Snap-on Industrial

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