|Tested Media:||Wet Soil,Oil,Corrosive Liquidand Gas||Pressure Type:||Gauge Pressure(G), Sealed Pressure(S), Vent Pressure(V)|
|Supply Voltage:||10-32VDC||Output Signal:||4-20mA,0-5VDC,1-5VDC,0-10VDC,3mV/V|
|Electrical Connection:||Aviation Connector Or Direct Outgoing||Combined Accuracy:||0.5%FS, 0.25%FS|
|Long-Term Stability:||≤ ± 0.1%FS/Year||Working Medium Temperature:||-40~ +90ºC|
5000/10000/20000 psi High accuracy Water Gas Oil Pressure Sensor Transducer
■ 4-20 mA, 2-wire Output
■ 0.25% Accuracy
■ Shock & Vibration Resistant
■ Zero & Span Adjustments
■ All-welded Construction
■ Oil & Gas Drilling
■ Mud Pumps / Mud Logging
■ Well Head Measurement
■ Choke & Kill
■ Coiled Tubing
Technical Parameters :
|Tested Media :||Wet Soil,Oil,Corrosive liquidand gas|
|Pressure type:||Gauge pressure(G), Sealed pressure(S), Vent Pressure(V)|
|Full Scale Pressure Range :||0~ 5000psi, 6000psi, 0~ 10000psi , 0~ 15000psi , 0~ 20000psi.|
|Supply Voltage :||10-32VDC|
|Installation :||“1502” Hammer Union|
|Electrical Connection :||Aviation connector or Direct outgoing|
|Combined Accuracy :||0.5%FS, 0.25%FS|
|Long-Term Stability:||≤ ± 0.1%FS/Year|
|Working medium temperature :||-40~ +90ºC|
|Operating Temperature :||-40~ +90ºC|
Tags: oil pressure sensor
What is an oil pressure sensor and its role in automobiles and industrial machinery?
Oil pressure sensor, also known as an oil pressure switch or sender, is a crucial component in both automobiles and industrial machinery. Its primary role is to monitor and measure the oil pressure within the engine or hydraulic system, providing valuable information for the safe and efficient operation of the equipment.
Role in Automobiles:
In automobiles, oil pressure sensors are typically located in the engine block and are connected to the engine's lubrication system.
Their key functions are:
Oil Pressure Monitoring: The sensor continuously monitors the oil pressure in the engine. It provides real-time feedback to the vehicle's onboard computer system (ECU or ECM) about the oil pressure.
Oil Pressure Warning: If the oil pressure falls below a safe threshold, the sensor triggers a warning light on the vehicle's dashboard or gauge, alerting the driver to a potential issue. This is crucial for preventing engine damage due to insufficient lubrication.
Engine Protection: In the event of a sudden loss of oil pressure, the sensor can initiate protective measures, such as engine shutdown or reduced engine power, to prevent severe damage or engine seizure.
Role in Industrial Machinery:
In industrial machinery, oil pressure sensors play a similar role in hydraulic systems, where they are crucial for the proper functioning and safety of equipment, such as heavy machinery, hydraulic presses, and industrial engines.
Their functions include:
Pressure Monitoring: Oil pressure sensors monitor hydraulic oil pressure, which is vital for controlling the operation of various hydraulic components like cylinders, pumps, and motors.
Safety: In industrial applications, maintaining the correct oil pressure is essential for safety. If pressure falls below safe levels, the sensor can trigger safety mechanisms or shut down the machinery to prevent accidents.
Maintenance and Diagnostics: The data collected by oil pressure sensors can be used for predictive maintenance, helping operators and maintenance teams detect issues early and prevent costly breakdowns.
How Oil Pressure Sensors Work:
Oil pressure sensors typically use a diaphragm, strain gauge, or piezoelectric element to convert oil pressure into an electrical signal. As oil pressure changes, it causes the sensor's internal components to deform or generate a voltage signal, which is then sent to the control unit for processing. This signal is interpreted by the control unit, which can trigger warnings or control system actions based on preset thresholds.
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