Compatibility: The Hitachi EX120 and EX200 Differential Pressure Sensor Economy Version is specifically designed to be compatible with Hitachi EX120 and EX200 excavators.
It is engineered to fit seamlessly into the hydraulic systems of these machines.
Pressure Range: This sensor is engineered to measure hydraulic pressure differentials within a specific range. The exact range may vary depending on the model and configuration of the sensor, but it typically covers the pressures commonly encountered in hydraulic systems of excavators.
Accuracy: The sensor is designed to provide accurate and reliable measurements, ensuring that the hydraulic system operates within safe and efficient parameters. Precision is crucial in heavy machinery to prevent accidents and minimize wear and tear on components.
Durability: Tonkee®'s Economy Version DP Sensor is built to withstand the harsh operating conditions often encountered in construction and excavation work. It is constructed from robust materials to resist damage from moisture, dust, vibration, and other environmental factors.
Easy Installation: Installing this sensor is straightforward for experienced technicians. It typically connects to the hydraulic system using compatible fittings and wiring. Proper installation is essential to ensure accurate readings and reliable performance.
Maintenance: While designed for durability, regular maintenance is recommended to ensure the sensor's continued accuracy and performance. Maintenance procedures may include cleaning, calibration checks, and replacement if necessary.
Economic Value: The "Economy Version" of this sensor suggests that it offers a cost-effective solution without compromising essential functionalities.
It provides reliable performance at a competitive price point, making it an attractive choice for budget-conscious equipment operators and maintenance teams.
Safety: A reliable DP sensor is crucial for the safety of the equipment and its operators. By monitoring pressure differentials, it helps prevent system failures that could lead to accidents, downtime, and costly repairs.
Efficiency: Monitoring hydraulic pressure allows for more efficient operation of the excavator. By ensuring that the hydraulic system operates within the desired pressure range, it maximizes the machine's performance while minimizing energy consumption and wear on hydraulic components.
Data Output: The sensor typically provides data in a format that is compatible with the excavator's control system. This allows operators and maintenance personnel to monitor pressure differentials in real-time and respond quickly to any deviations from the norm.