CAN-based transmitter

  • 10-Jan-2011 03:35 EST

Viatran’s CN422 digital test and controls transmitter provides a CAN-based protocol pressure transmitter that fits into small spaces for preproduction testing applications. The 7/8-in (2.2-cm) diameter pressure and temperature transmitter enables engine manufacturers to take more pressure measurements with greater accuracy and repeatability, within a smaller footprint, to meet increasingly stringent emissions standards. Applications include automotive, brake, engine, and transmission test stands as well as leak detection. The sensor also helps streamline and improve consistency of operations for Six Sigma and lean manufacturing, and it enables a significant reduction in the wiring required to implement a system. The sensor’s diagnostic capability allows it to be field calibrated, reducing downtime and maintenance costs.

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