TECAT’s WISER wireless torque measuring and monitoring systems are the smallest, lightest, and most power-efficient solutions available for the measurement of torque, acceleration, pressure, temperature, distance, and magnetization.

The latest model, the WISER 4000, offers a number of features that make it a faster, more flexible, and reliable tool for a wide range of applications — whether it’s monitoring strain in automobiles, measuring in-flight torque on experimental aircraft, or being used as input conditioning for analog sensors.

Featuring shunt calibration, the system is designed to simplify instrumentation verification for users while allowing them to check calibration of the system in the field. The WISER 4000 has been enhanced with two additional programmable analog outputs and higher-speed recording, and it is available with custom-built remote enclosures to protect the system’s remote unit and battery from damage due to debris.