The display unit has a menu structure following the VDMA (German Mechanical Engineering Industry Association) standard specification 245741 and provides freely programmable as well as continuous signals. The remote display is designed for simple installation on a series rail. Pressure ratings up to 600 bars / 8700 psi.
Monitoring the oil pressure is essential in hydraulic systems and oil supply systems. The measurement of maximum or minimum pressure has a direct effect on the safety of the system, the functionality or process reliability, just to name a few examples.
The BCI 24-Dx monitors the pressure difference in in-line filters and technically corresponds to a microprocessorcontrolled pressure sensor with 2 switching outputs for advance warning (filter element nearly depleted) and cut-out (filter element full).
These water alarm units working on the principle of interface level measurement serve the reliable detection of free water in applications with a high rate of water penetration.
Reliable display of interface level of oil and free water. Small reaction volume; therefore, also recommended for smaller oil tanks.
Water or moisture is just as much an undesired parameter in hydraulic and lubrication systems as particles and air and can cause significant system damage. The Bühler Condition Monitoring Water Sensor (BCM-W) was designed specifically to continuously monitor the water content of oil whilst also measuring the temperature.
The CM Terminal offers the basis for combining various CM sensors in an easy to see location. Their outputs allow compatible information networking to the master system.
The BCM-MS capacitively measures the relative humidity in the medium to ensure reliable information about the saturation level of the oil.
The Bühler condition monitoring liquid level sensor (BCM-LS) was designed specifically to continuously monitor the relative humidity, temperature, permittivity, conductivity and liquid level in oil tanks.
The BMD-100 is a mart sensor and based on the inductive measuring system to properly sort the ferritic particles in the respective fluid. It can distinguish between fine and coarse ferromagnetic particles.