Crankshaft Torque Wireless Transmission

Wireless transmission of temperature and pressure data from the crankshaft, pumps, gears or other internal reciprocating and rotating components is reliable and accurate using IR Telemetrics technology. The crankshaft wireless transmission sends real time torque data from hostile environments like engines or automotive transmissions. Wireless transmission can also measure and send temperature, pressure, strain, acceleration, proximity, flow and other measurements. The crankshaft relies on wireless telemetry developed by IR Telemetrics to withstand the challenging conditions of harsh operating environments.

Crankshaft torque wireless transmissions fulfill all industry needs for lightweight, durable, and versatile wireless data measurement devices. Crankshaft wireless transmission by IR Telemetrics is a state-of-the-art technology patented in the United States and across the world. Crankshaft torque measurements are available to your development engineers through IR Telemetrics. Crankshafts use microwave telemetry systems to measure data like temperature, pressure, strain, torque, proximity, and flow that is not otherwise available for many industry applications.

Leverage Wireless Telemetry

Crankshaft measurement wireless transmission developed by IR Telemetrics is a cutting-edge telemetry system that will fulfill your company's data and development requirements. Crankshaft wireless transmission technology can be designed to custom fit our customers' environment. Crankshaft transmitters operate on battery power or inductive power supply depending on the system. Wireless transmission of data such as torque and strain from crankshafts is available through IR Telemetrics.


The system is available in multiple channel configurations. Minimum resolution is typically 3 to 5 kHz with a maximum of 40 kHz, allowing real time data acquisition of both steady state and transient parameters.

Maximum number of data channels 32

Sample rate 50 kHz

Maximum operating temperature for transmitter 150 degC

Maximum g-loading rotation 50,000 g's


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