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Pressure Monitoring

Pressure Monitoring

Pressure monitoring in hydraulic systems is a parameter for the transmitted power. In lubrication systems, the monitoring of the system pressure indicates whether all lubrication points of the system are being sufficiently provided with lubricant. Traditionally, conventional pressure switches, where metering points and displays are separated, transmitters and displays are connected by pipes or hoses. Bühler’s pressure measurement technology eliminates these connections and replaces them using flexible cables. This reduces the risk of leakage and the installation costs decrease significantly.

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  • [Translate to English:] Druck-Sensor und Schalter mit Druckstufen bis 600 bar
    Pressure transmitter Pressotronik 702 series
    Pressure transmitter with robust stainless steel measuring cell for application in various media. Versatile application options, in particular in connection with the Multitronik remote displays.
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    Pressure transmitter Pressotronik 703 series
    Compact 4...20mA analogue pressure transmitter with M12 connector.
    Various pin assignments available for a wide range of applications.
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  • [Translate to English:] Sensor und Drucktransmitter für die Überwachung des Öldrucks ist in Hydrauliksystemen und Ölversorgungsanlagen
    Pressure switches/Sensors Pressotronik series 700
    Combination of transmitter and display, programmable as a continuous local or remote display with analogue or frequency output or up to four switch outputs.
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  • [Translate to English:] Mechanische Druckschalter zur Drücküberwachung in Öl-Versorgungs-Anlagen
    Mechanical pressure switch MDS
    Mechanical pressure switches with adjustable switching output for monitoring the applied pneumatic or hydraulic pressure.
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