Oil Condition Sensor OCS


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Oil Condition Sensor OCS

The Oil Condition Sensor OCS is designed for continuous monitoring of hydraulic systems. Permanently installed in the system the OCS sensor monitors the condition of hydraulic fluids and lubricating oils in real time, whereby water ingress and oxidation can be detected in time. 

The OCS sensor is 60 times more sensitive than dielectric sensors on increasing contamination and protects the system from cost-intensive downtimes and reduces machine downtimes. 

Thanks to its robust construction the OCS sensor can even be used under extreme conditions and temperatures.

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▪ Robust construction
▪ ƒƒUsage under extreme conditions with temperatures from -20 °C ... +120 °C /-4 °F ... +248 °F
▪ ƒƒSuitable for use at operating pressures up to 20 bar / 290 PSI

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Technical Data

▪ ƒƒStainless Steel (corrosion-resistant Steel) AISI304, 1.4301.

▪ ƒƒ90 x 37 mm / 3.54 x 1.46 in

▪ ƒƒ160 g / .35 lbs

Sealing Material
▪ FPM (Viton®)

Max. Burst Pressure
▪ 20 bar / 290 PSI

Media Temperature
▪ -20 °C ... +120 °C / -4 °F ... +248 °F

Media Compatibility
▪ ƒƒƒƒMineral and Synthetic Oil (others on request)

Process Connection
▪ ƒƒƒƒG1/2

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Electrical Connection
▪ ƒƒƒƒ6-pin connection plug

Power Supply
▪ ƒƒ9 ... 30 V DC

Analog Output
▪ ƒƒƒƒ4 ... 20 mA

Computer Interface
▪ ƒƒRS485

Protection Rating
▪ ƒƒIP67

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