Oil Debris Sensor Prevents Downtime

Oil Debris Sensor Prevents Downtime

The company’s latest Oil Debris Sensor promises to cut downtime by providing continuous real-time monitoring of particle contamination in hydraulic and engine oil lubrication systems. The sensor triggers either an immediate shutdown in cases of large particle build-up or an early warning indication for needed maintenance. Applications include monitoring helicopter gearboxes, industrial gearboxes, diesel engine, motorsports, marine, power generation, automotive systems, wind turbine gear boxes, and similar industrial applications. Features include solid state technology with no moving parts, operating temperatures from -40°C to +150°C, outputs are from 4 to 20 mA and 0 to10V, and CANbus outputs. For a datasheet, visit http://gillsc.com/content/oil_debris_sensor.html

Gill Sensors & Controls Ltd.
Hampshire, UK
+44 (0) 1590 613900
[email protected]

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