Torque Wrenches

383 Torque Wrenches from 21 manufacturers listed on everything RF

Torque wrenches for coaxial connectors are here. We have listed SMA, N-Type, TNC, 3.5 mm etc. Torque Wrenches from the leading manufacturers. View product specifications, download datasheets and get quotes.

Description:7 mm, LPC7, N Type, 3.5 mm, 2.92 mm, 2.4 mm Torque Wrench
Coupling Torque (in/lbs):
12 in/lb
Size:
0.750 Inch
Connectors:
7 mm, LPC7, N Type, 3.5 mm, 2.92 mm, 2.4 mm
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Description:Breakover Torque Wrench for 1.85 mm, 2.4 mm, 3.5 mm, and SMA Connectors
Coupling Torque (in/lbs):
8 in/lb
Size:
5/16 Inch
Type:
Break Over
Weight:
1.5 Ounces
Connectors:
1.85 mm, 2.4 mm, 2.92 mm, 3.5 mm, SMA
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Description:SMA Torque Wrench
Coupling Torque (in/lbs):
5 in/lb
Connectors:
SMA
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Description:0-IN-LBS 19MM
Coupling Torque (in/lbs):
0 in/lb
Size:
19 mm
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Description:Torque wrench 22 mm 2.5 N·m for 4.3-10, 4.1-9.5 with calibration certificate
Size:
22 mm
Weight:
234 g
Wrench head material:
Steel
Connectors:
4.3-10, 4.1-9.5
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Description:Torque wrench .375 (9.53) across flats with 5in-lbs preset torque
Coupling Torque (in/lbs):
5 in/lb
Torque Accuracy (in/lbs):
±8%
Size:
3/8 Inch (9.53 mm)
Wrench head material:
Steel
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Description:Fixed Break-Over Torque Wrench With 1/4 Bit For SSMA Connectors Pre-set to 5 in-lbs
Coupling Torque (in/lbs):
5 in/lb
Torque Accuracy (in/lbs):
±0.2 in/lb
Size:
1/4 Inch
Type:
Break Over
Weight:
163.29 g
Wrench head material:
Steel
Connectors:
SSMA
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Description:SSMA stainless steel Torque Wrench
Wrench head material:
Stainless Steel
Connectors:
SSMA
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Description:Type N, SC Fixed Torque Wrench in Break-Over Type 13/16 inch Bit that is Pre-set to 14 in-lbs
Coupling Torque (in/lbs):
14 in/lb
Torque Accuracy (in/lbs):
±0.56 in/lb
Size:
13/16 Inch
Type:
Break Over
Weight:
267.85 g
Wrench head material:
Steel
Connectors:
N Type
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Description:Torque Wrench for SMA, 3.5 mm,2.92 mm, 2.4 mm Connectors
Coupling Torque (in/lbs):
8 in/lb
Weight:
0.2 kg
Connectors:
SMA, 3.5 mm, 2.92 mm, 2.4 mm
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What are Torque Wrenches?

A Torque wrench is a tool or connector accessory that is used to tighten/open a coaxial connection. Each coaxial connector requires a certain amount of torque to be applied to it to ensure a proper connection. Exceeding this connector torque value can result in damaging the connector or connection interface and not applying enough torque can result in a loose connection. The way most torque wrenches are built is that once they are tightened to their torque limit, the wrench sort of breaks to avoid excessive tightening the connector which can damage the system. This type if called Break Over. Other types make a clicking sound once the torque limit is reached.

Torque wrenches for different types of coaxial connectors are different, for example, SMA, N-Type etc. The torque is the measure of how much force needs to be applied to rotate an object about its own axis. The unit of torque is N m (Newton meter) or lb·in (pound inch) or lb·ft (pound-foot). The expression of the torque is torque = force(N) x length(m).

When selecting a torque wrench the following factors should be considered:

Connector Type: This represents the type and size of connectors that can be handled by the torque wrench. Connector types include TNC, N-type, SMA, MPC3, 7/16 DIN etc. The size and the shape of the torque wrench will depend on the type of connector used. Each torque wrench is designed for a specific type of coaxial connector.

Coupling torque: It represents the preset torque limit of the torque wrench and is represented in N-m or N-cm or in-lbs.

Torque accuracy: Represents the closeness of torque provided by the instrument to the preset torque value. It is represented in ± X %.

We have listed Torque Wrenches from the leading companies and made them easy to find. You can select the connector type and other relevant parameters. View product specs, download datasheets and request quotes. Quotes requested via everything RF will be routed to the manufacturer of the torque wrench who will get back to you with the details.