When the wrench clicks, the designated amount of torque has been applied. Stop pulling. Continuing to pull after the wrench clicks can increase the applied torque to a value that exceeds the engineering specification.
This preset click torque wrench measures and applies torque in the clockwise direction. Using this wrench in the counter-clockwise direction will apply torque, but it will not measure torque because it does not click in the counter-clockwise direction.
Please note: Preset torque wrenches with a fixed ratchet are in the chart below this one.
Need the instructions? Scroll down to the bottom of the page and download from there.
|Part Number||Model Designation
|810411||SLTC FM 2.4 GHz A3 50 I||50 in-lb
|810412||SLTC FM 2.4 GHz A3 150 I||150 in-lb||17 Nm||Dovetail|
|810413||SLTC FM 2.4 GHz A3 300 I||300 in-lb||34 Nm||Dovetail|
|810410||SLTC FM 2.4 A3 300 I OHT||300 in-lb||34 Nm||Dovetail|
|810414||SLTC FM 2.4 A3 750 I||750 in-lb||85 Nm||Dovetail|
|810415||SLTC FM 2.4 A3 1800 I||1800 in-lb||204 Nm||Dovetail|
|810421||SLTC FM 2.4 A3 1800 I ERGO||1800 in-lb||204 Nm||Dovetail|
|810420||SLTC FM 2.4 A3 3000 I||3000 In lb||339 Nm||Dovetail|
|810417||SLTC FM 2.4 A3 3600 I||3600 in-lb||408 Nm||Dovetail|
|810418||SLTC FM 2.4 A3 4800 I||4800 in-lb||542 Nm||Dovetail|
Need an SLTC FM Wrench With a Ratchet? Here You Are!
|Part Number||Model Designation||Capacity||Metric Capacity||Head Size/Type|
|810423||SLTCR FM 2.4 A3 750 I||750 in-lb||84.73 Nm||3/8" Ratcheting SD|
|810424||SLTCR FM 2.4 A3 1800 I||1800 in-lb||203.73 Nm||1/2" Ratcheting SD|
|810425||SLTCR FM 2.4 A3 1800 I ERGO||1800 in-lb||203.73 Nm||1/2" Ratcheting SD|
|810416||SLTCR FM 2.4 A3 3000 I||3000 in-lb||339 Nm||1/2" Ratcheting SD|
|810419||SLTCR FM 2.4 A3 7200 I||7200 in-lb||813 Nm||3/4 " Ratcheting SD|
We are announcing the new SLTC 2.4 GHz A3 Preset Clicker-Type Torque Wrench. We kept the flattened case for superior accuracy, reliability, and durability. Customers tell us that this wrench holds calibration better than any other brand.
Have existing 6-volt SLTC FM 2.4 GHz wrenches and want to upgrade? No problem. Retro-fit kits are fast and easy to install and are typically completed in less than five (5) minutes. (Order P/N 10615 for wrenches up to 1800 i and P/N 10616 for wrenches with a capacity of 3000i and larger)
A quick note about batteries and our SLTC FM wrenches: the radio in our Exacta Series digital wrenches and our digital torque testers require the use of a NiMH battery. However, the SLTC FM click wrench can use alkaline batteries or the NiMH batteries. For your convenience, we ship our SLTC FM with an alkaline battery (as seen in the photo above) so you can set the wrench, add the battery, and go to work.
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There is more about error proofing in our tool pages. If you need more, your Sturtevant Richmont Sales Professional is a great resource to help.
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