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Torque data management from Norbar

20 July 2014

Norbar Torque Tools' new torque data management instrument, the T-Box XL and Torque Data Management System (TDMS), is suitable for torque calibration laboratories and torque process control in the production environment.

T-Box XL builds on the previous T-Box instrument but now features a 7in high definition colour touch screen and an upgraded processor that allows for faster synchronisation with the supplied Torque Data Management (TDMS) PC software.

The instrument functions in twelve languages, has all common torque units, pre-loaded tool calibration templates and a large memory for results storage. In addition to this, the T-Box XL also features a USB interface, enabling the archiving of test, calibration and graphical results.

A further USB connection on the front of the instrument allows connection of ancillary devices such as barcode scanners and keyboards.

T-Box XL features eight different tool measurement modes and is pre-loaded with templates for the entire Norbar product range of torque wrenches. This enables the user to simply assign individual tools to perform calibrations to the relevant ISO standard. Templates also exist for all torque tools covered by ISO 6789:2003 and other templates can easily be created by the operator. 

The new TDMS offers better user-friendly interaction and is remotely updateable by simply downloading an upgrade direct from the Norbar website. It also contains a large capacity memory that enables operators to collect data and store in excess of 100,000 individual test results. 

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