Temperature conditioning systems for water-cooled pressure sensors / 2621G
A sensor specific conditioning system that incorporates temperature control for the sensor cooling circuit. The device possesses an electronic flow monitoring system in conjunction with a standardized monitoring and alarm signalling system.
- Increased cooling power compared to previous generation
- User friendly touch screen operation
- Electronic level control with dry-running protection
- Multilingual graphical display
- Remote control option (VNC viewer/server) via Ethernet on PC or tablet
- USB interface for data logging (quality assurance or service)
The new systems of Type 2621G are used for temperature conditioning of water-cooled pressure sensors and ensure constant thermal conditions at the sensor – irrespective of the varying operating conditions of the combustion engine. It ensures stable and reproducible measurements avoiding overheating of the sensor or excessive steam condensation on the sensor diaphragm when the engine is stopped. The temperature conditioning system consists of a refrigera- ting set, water hoses for inlet, outlet and manifold. The sensor tubes are connected to the distributor through quick couplings. The temperature conditioning system has an automatic monitor of temperature, pressure, flow and level. The signal output of the automatic monitor can be used for controlling an electrical alarm device. The Kistler temperature conditioning system ensures that the sensors are supplied with the optimal water quantity. Note that experience has shown that the heat flow of a cooled engine sensor is about 200...400 W, depending on the application and the engine
Temperature conditioning unit for water-cooled pressure sensors Type 2621G...