Hydraulic sensors

  • 06-May-2009 04:10 EDT
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Kavlico’s sensor suite was designed to perform in harsh hydraulic applications and is capable of operating for millions of pressure cycles. The pressure sensors feature low power consumption, rugged stainless steel housings, 5-V dc operation, and pressure ranges up to 6000 psi (414 bar). The high overpressure capability for fluid power applications withstands the pressure fluctuations associated with various applications including on-  and off-highway and vocational vehicle hydraulic systems, lifts, cargo loading systems, material testing, trenching machines, and hydraulic applications for heavy equipment. Sensors provide a 0.5 to 4.5 linear amplified output proportional to pressure and can be configured with a selection of process and electrical connectors to fit an application’s specification criteria. 

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