Mobile hydraulic tester

  • 29-Jul-2013 04:08 EDT
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Stauff’s PPC-04-plus latest generation handheld hydraulic testers feature robust construction for use in harsh conditions and offer an oil-resistant rubber coating to withstand impacts, vibration, dust, and moisture. The IP67-rated compact mobile tester measures pressure, temperature, flow rate, frequency, and speed in mobile and industrial hydraulic systems and is available with either two analog sensor inputs or a CAN interface for connecting up to three digital sensors. In low light situations, measured values can be read from the multiline, backlit LCD graphic display. Using the USB port and the included software, measurement values can be transferred to a PC for display, analysis, and further processing.

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