- Peak: Provides the reading of the highest torque value created during torque application. (No angle measurement)
- Track: Displays torque values as torque is being applied. (No angle measurement)
- T2A: Torque to Angle (for highly engineered assemblies)
- TAM: Torque and Angle Monitoring identifies changing joint conditions and quickly identifies attempts to tightened previously tightened fasteners, or a “double hit.”
- Residual: Measures existing torque on previously tightened fasteners.
If you are familiar with tools, you probably know the 1250 Exacta Series digital torque and angle wrench. The 1250 Series transducer and all the functionality (except the radio capability) has been placed in a micrometer adjustable body. The result? The DTC digital torque and angle wrench. This tool is like no other. Agile. Slim. Lightweight. Heavy on features and light on price. In line with our systems approach to error proofing, you cannot set the wrench to a torque value beyond the wrench capacity. This is just one of the many features that are built into the DTC. The DTC has a black and white display and colored light bands on the side of the wrench. Those bands change yellow to green when the target values are achieved. An auditory beep and the handle vibrates provide two additional modes of operator focused error proofing guidance. The DTC results log large enough for even the busiest assemblies. Using the mini-USB port, and DTC Connect Freeware, the results log can be uploaded to a computer in a CSV format. DTC Connect can be used to set parameters in the wrench. You can change units of measure, modes of operation, degrees of fastener rotation, establish a target torque, minimum torque, maximum torque and more. DTC Connect is freeware and is included in the DTC price. We continue to develop DTC Connect and as advances are made, upgrades will be available, for free, via the website, providing that you have registered your tool on the DTC warranty page. We will email you when upgrades are made to DTC Connect. The DTC has five modes of measurement. You can operate in: