Wheel Force Transducers

Michigan Scientific Corporation is one of the leading manufacturers of transducers that are capable of measuring all wheel forces and moments on motorcycles, passenger cars, ATVs, light duty trucks, heavy duty trucks, vans, SUVs, Class 8 trucks, heavy duty construction equipment, turf care equipment, and farm equipment. 

The design, manufacturing, and calibration process of the Michigan Scientific Corporation Wheel Force Transducer (WFT) is ISO 9001 certified.


  • Measures 3 forces & 3 moments
  • Measures X & Z accelerations
  • Lightweight
  • Simple installation, setup, and operation
  • Rental systems available
  • Superior Reliability
  • ISO 9001 Certified
  • 3 Year Warranty on Transducer*
  • Backed by 20 years in WFT manufacturing and development
  • Excellent customer support



Wheel Force Transducers (WFT) Brochure

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WFT Rental Program Brochure

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Michigan Scientific Corp ISO9001 Certificate

The design, manufacturing, and calibration process of the Michigan Scientific Corporation Wheel...

Accessory Products


LW12.8-T-35 Titanium Wheel Force TransducerAdapters can be designed and manufactured by Michigan Scientific, or we can provide guidance for customer manufacturing at no cost. Lightweight rim adapters are machined from aluminum forgings while standard rims are modified, welded, production rims. Lightweight hub adapters are machined from 6A1-4V Titanium, which greatly reduced added weight to the wheel. Standard adapters are high strength stainless steel.bbs-wheel-rim-adapters

Two piece rim adapters are made from a manufactured wheel barrel combined with a MSC manufactured adapter flange that mates directly with all MSC 12.8 transducers.    Rim diameters range from 17 inches to 21 inches, and are available in many widths. 


2-Piece Rim Adapter

Michigan Scientific Corporation Wheel Force Transducers and Wheel Torque Transducers can...



WFT Slip Ring Assemblies


The SR20AW/E512/AX LS7 and SR20AW/E512/AX7 Slip Ring Assemblies were designed specifically to be used with these transducers. These slip ring assemblies provide a means to transmit the rotating electrical signals from the wheel, to the stationary DAQ.




Assembly Products

Simulator Accessories

simulation-massThe simulation package has three components; the simulation mass, simulation adapter, and simulator cable. The mass is used to replace a WFT system in a simulator when the loads do not need to be measured. It has the same mass and stiffness as the complete WFT system. The simulation adapter is an adapter plate that is to be used to mount the simulator. The simulator cable then plugs directly into an amplifier, without a slip ring assembly.





Wheel Force Transducer System Overview

Telemetry Wheel Force Transducer in Snow

Rental System

The MSC WFT Rental Program allows you to get the accurate data you need quickly and without the capital investment.WFTtruckrentalfleet2_000

  • Test almost any type of vehicle
  • Wide range of capacities
  • Fast Delivery
  • Rent to Own Program
  • All WFTs are weatherproof (IP67)
  • Great customer support
  • Easy to set-up and use systems
  • Analog, CAN, & Ethernet signal outputs

WFT Rental Program Brochure

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Related Products


Standard Models

Specialty Models

ISO-9001 Certification

*Michigan Scientific Corporation (MSC) stands by the quality and workmanship of all MSC equipment. MSC warrants the Wheel Force Transducer to be free from defects in workmanship and material for a thirty-six (36) month period from the date of shipment by MSC. Wheel Force Transducers are warranted for thirty-six months so long as they are properly installed, maintained, and operated. MSC shall, at its option, repair or replace the Wheel Force Transducer supplied by MSC, free of charge, if it proves to be defective in material or workmanship within the warranty period. MSC reserves the right to reject warranty claims where it is determined the failure is caused by improper use, maintenance, or modifications by the customer or a third-party.

 Last Modified: Jul 22, 2019 @ 9:12 am