Pressure Sensor

Pressure Sensors are used to measure the pressured oil in the hydraulic cranes, also known as pressure Transducers, use to sends the measured oil pressure digital value to the Load moment indicator for various safety calculation of lifted objects.

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Pressure Sensor

Pressure sensor: 0-400 Bar
Sensor Type: Strain Gauge
Supply Voltage: 8- 32VDC
Output: 4- 20 mA
Temperature range: 40 deg C to 120 deg C

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About Pressure Sensor

The Klug Avalon Mechatronics Pvt Ltd manufactures the hydraulic pressure / Transducers for hydraulic cranes/ forklifts & Industrial Cranes. At the time of suspended object moves from one place to another, the crane must be aware of lifted load capacity, hydraulic pressure sensor measure the running oil pressure and passes the digital value to the load moment indicator control unit

  • High accuracy
  • High Proof Pressures
  • Exceptional Long Term Stability
  • High Proof Pressures with All
  • Stainless Steel Wetted Parts
  • Measure the lift cylinder pressure
  • Measure the outrigger cylinder pressure

The LMI Control unit received the signals from Pressure Sensor based on that the LMI assure safe working conditions for Operator, However, when lifting capacity is reached the defined limit as overloading or risk full Pressure caught in the bar, then the System just automatically locks the Crane/machinery until the operator press the bypass button available the control unit or until the operator back to safe mode by adjusting the situation (angle/boom length/ load)

Following are the conditions when the cut-off situation activates the system and lock the machinery is:

  • Radius / Low boom angle
  • Weight Overload situation
  • A 2 B Limit Crossover signals
  • Radius / High boom angle
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