innotorq sensors

measure your pedaling power directly at the wheel
with an unmatched accuracy and reliability

 




know your power

to maximize your training efficiancy

know your power

to best control pedelec drive trains

know your power 

to achieve best rehab results


 

 

check out the advantages 

contact-less
electro-magnetic
measurement
within power flow

 

continuous measurement in real time  

 very high sensitivity and accuracy


directly integrated into free wheel hub

plug and play

outstanding value for money 



 try our products

FWTS pedelec rear wheel 
torque sensor

SENSOHUB free wheel power measurement hub 



  let us enthuse you with our innovative technology

to measure power as accurate as possible, the measurement needs to be done within the power flow but without influencing it. innotorq sensors combine the 2 principles that allow this: the integration into the free wheel hub and the contact less measurement of magnetic fields. this makes the innotorq sensor one of the most accurate in the market. innotorq sensors use the unique and patented magnetoelastic measurement principle from methode electronics inc. it utilizes  fundamental mechanical and magnetic properties of a material to measure the applied torque. these measurements are highly linear, repeatable and accurate even under harsh environmental and extended  operation conditions. for more information please see www.methode.com.



  technical data

Torque Range  I  0 to 100 Nm (0 to 200 Nm possible)

Temperature Range  I  - 20 to 100° Celsius

Output Signal at 0 Nm  I  0,5 V

Sensor Signal Slope  I  40 mV/Nm, Tolerance +/- 0,4 mV/Nm

Power Supply Voltage Range  I  6 - 16 V

Nominal Power Consumption  I  < 0,4 W


innotorq and Xplova launch new high end power measurement system at Eurobike

innotorq launches its innovative power measurement hub Sensohub at Eurobike 2016. The system allows bikers to measure individual pedaling power with an unmatched accuracy, allowing for outstanding individual performance control.

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