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Electric torque wrench 714R

electric torque wrench
electric torque wrench
electric torque wrench
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Other characteristics
digital, preset, angle/torque

Min.: 1 Nm

Max.: 1,000 Nm


Min.: 269 mm
(10.6 in)

Max.: 1,438 mm
(56.6 in)


4 measuring modes (torque, angle, torque backed up by angle, angle backed up by torque) high-definition colour display with additional side-mounted indicator lamps freely configurable menu structure optionally: Li-ion battery No 7195-2 and charger No 7160 3 function modes: cut-out, peak hold (indicating mode with peak value) and track (indicating mode with current value) micro USB interface bayonet connection for battery compartment QuickRelease safety lock change system for insert tools data storage (≤ 2500 tightening jobs) as many as 200 joints can be programmed in up to 25 preset sequences different tolerance limits can be set for each joint acoustic and visual assessment of the joint rapid, accurate setting via keypad the automatic keypad lock prevents inadvertent changes overload protection by means of acoustic and visual signals and a fail-safe system (clockwise) automatic notification of the next calibration date, either by the number of joints or the time interval fully automated calibrating and adjusting using the perfectControl® calibrating and adjusting unit No 7794-2 (torque) or 7794-3 (torque and angle) units of measure: N·m, ft·lb, in·lb tightening torque is automatically corrected if a deviating extension is entered immediately reusable after release clockwise and anticlockwise tightening – it may be necessary to refit the insert tool rotated through 180° for anticlockwise tightening in the cut-out mode tactile and acoustic trigger signal torque and angle are simultaneously visible all readings are independent of the point of application of force (with sizes 1, 2 and 4)


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