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Three different wireless modules can be used, and you can switch them on your own. They can be used on a number of different wireless devices, reducing cost.

R-CM Wireless Receiver with Interchangeable Modules


M-FH wireless module                      M-FD wireless module                         Wireless modular M-BLA



Example of R-CM usage


  • Wireless Pokayoke (error proofing) torque wrench signal reception to prevent missed tightening
  • Wireless Pokayoke (error proofing) torque screwdriver signal reception to prevent missed tightening
  • Click type wireless data transfer torque wrenches FD/FDD and FDD-AD data reception


  • You can change wireless modules for the R-CM receiver on your own. Three different R-CM wireless modules are available: one for FHM/FH, one for FD/FDD (FDD-AD), and one for BL. Because you can change modules on your own, you don’t need to purchase a separate receiver, reducing your upgrade costs. For example, you can upgrade at minimum cost from the FHM/FH series, which transmits tightened-to-completion signals, to a receiver for the FD/FDD series, which transmits tightening torque value data.
  • Wireless modules M-FH and M-FD feature a diversity antenna for expanded communication performance.
  • Communication setup can be easily performed wirelessly. Using the setting controller SB-FH2 and setting software, R-CM communication settings can be easily performed wirelessly. * Excluding BL. A torque wrench equipped with a transmitter can be set wirelessly by operating the keys on the R-CM. * The setting software can be downloaded for free from the link shown below.
  • The R-CM receiver can, even without the CNA-4mk3, control the number of tightening operations of one torque wrench or torque screwdriver. (Easy Pokayoke [error proofing] counter function)
  • Expandability is improved. For FHM/FH, when contact box IO-CM (sold separately) is connected, contact output is doubled from 4 points to 8 points, and input is doubled from 2 points to 4 points. In addition, connecting the high volume buzzer BZ-CM (sold separately) will increase volume from 75dB to 95dB. The large LED display on the BZ-CM makes it easy to recognize judgment results even from a distance. Connect the CNA-4mk3 Pokayoke Counter (“Poka Patrol,” sold separately) to easily build a Pokayoke (error proofing) system.
  • Traceability is connected. Torque wrenches can be identified with a 7-digit alphanumeric character ID or 3-digit ID, so the torque wrench used for tightening can be specified. This permits traceability. * ID data is output from the RS-232C of the R-CM.
  • Even if you have already built a Pokayoke (error proofing) system using the R-FH256 receiver, you can continue to use it by changing the R-CM communication mode to the older communication mode. This reduces the need to purchase devices when upgrading to a new receiver. * Radio communication distance is approx. 10 to 20 meters. No battery voltage monitoring function. You can switch wirelessly between new and old communication modes by operating the keys on the R-CM or by using the SB-FH2 setting controller.
  • The following devices use the old communication mode: T-FH256MC, T-FHSLS, T-FHP, and RTDFH/RNTDFH.

Demonstration video

R-CM Wireless Receiver with Interchangeable Modules



  • Conforms to wireless technical standards in Japan, the U.S., and Canada (information valid as of December 2019).
  • Effective distance between transmitter and receiver depends on the radio wave environment. In some cases it may be shorter.
  • If you intend to use AC 100 ~ 240V, you will need an AC adaptor (BA-8R, sold separately).
  • One receiver (R-CM equipped with M-FH) can handle up to four torque wrenches. However, simultaneous transmission is not supported.
  • The following devices use the old communication mode: T-FH256MC, T-FHSLS, T-FHP, RTDFH/RNTDFH, FD/FDD, BL, T-FH, and FD/FDD-AD.
  • The following devices use the new communication mode: CSPFHW and T-FHM.

* For the CSPFHW, T-FHM, or T-FH, use the SB-FH2 setting controller to switch between old and new communication modes.

  • One R-CM receiver can communicate with a maximum of four torque devices, but it does not function with a mixture of new and old communication modes.







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