Handheld diesel and gas engine peak meter

  • 21-Aug-2012 03:06 EDT



Kistler North America’s handheld engine peak meter is designed to support the balancing and diagnostics of large natural gas, marine, and diesel engine cylinder pressure cycles at speeds of up to 4000 rpm. It offers immediate on-site data evaluation and high-reliability time-based combustion pressure measurement capabilities. Built upon Kistler’s legacy model, the Type 2516A, this latest version is claimed to maintain the same simple, user-friendly design for ease of portability, along with the added benefits of a USB communication port, rechargeable battery and charging station, and a rugged, waterproof case. The included data evaluation software allows for a graphical analysis of recorded peak pressure and plotted average pressure curves, with “as found/as left” peak pressure results easily downloaded via USB, according to the company.

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