|Tested Media:||Wet Soil,Oil,Corrosive Liquidand Gas||Full Scale Pressure Range:||0~ 5000psi, 6000psi, 0~ 10000psi , 0~ 15000psi , 0~ 20000psi|
|Supply Voltage:||10-32VDC||Output Signal:||4-20mA,0-5VDC,1-5VDC,0-10VDC,3mV/V|
|Installation:||“1502” Hammer Union||Combined Accuracy:||0.5%FS, 0.25%FS|
|Long-Term Stability:||≤ ± 0.1%FS/Year||Operating Temperature:||-40~ +90ºC|
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|
What is the oil pressure sensor sleeve and how is it used for replacing or installing oil pressure sensors?
An oil pressure sensor socket, sometimes referred to as an oil pressure sensor sleeve or socket tool, is a specialized tool used in automotive maintenance and repair. Its primary function is to facilitate the removal and installation of oil pressure sensors in a vehicle's engine.
Role in Replacing or Installing Oil Pressure Sensors:
Removal of the Old Sensor: When it's time to replace a faulty or worn-out oil pressure sensor, the oil pressure sensor socket is used to grip and turn the sensor counterclockwise. This tool provides a secure fit around the sensor, preventing damage during removal.
Installation of the New Sensor: When installing a new oil pressure sensor, the socket is again used to turn the sensor clockwise. The socket ensures a proper fit and torque, preventing overtightening or undertightening of the sensor, which could lead to leaks or improper functioning.
Key Features of an Oil Pressure Sensor Socket:
Hexagonal or Custom Shape: The socket is designed to match the shape and size of the oil pressure sensor. It may have a hexagonal or custom shape to provide a snug and secure fit.
Socket Depth: The socket has a specific depth to accommodate the sensor and ensure that it fully engages with the sensor's base.
Socket Material: These sockets are typically made from durable and corrosion-resistant materials like steel or chrome vanadium.
Drive Compatibility: The socket often comes with a drive end that can fit common ratchets or extension bars, making it easy for mechanics to use standard hand tools for the job.
Compatibility: Oil pressure sensor sockets come in various sizes to accommodate different sensor dimensions, ensuring a precise fit.
Markings: Some sockets are labeled with size markings or color-coded for easy identification.
Advantages of Using an Oil Pressure Sensor Socket:
Prevent Damage: The socket prevents damage to the sensor during removal or installation, ensuring it remains in good condition.
Ease of Access: The socket allows for easier access to the sensor, especially in tight or hard-to-reach engine compartments.
Consistent Torque: It helps achieve a consistent and appropriate level of torque when tightening the sensor, which is critical for preventing leaks and ensuring accurate readings.
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