The Parker Service Master CONNECT has been designed to enable users to access an array of sensors used in hydraulic applications like those encountered in tire production. The unit has a robust design and an IP65 rating that provides comprehensive protection against moisture and dirt and is also shock-absorbent; making the Service Master CONNECT suitable for operation within the environment of tire plants.
With a seven-inch illuminated color touch display - that enables smooth and intuitive operation - the modular construction allows customized set-ups according to individual measurement and analysis needs. The unit’s multiple connections can compile, store, monitor, and evaluate CAN bus data, and digital or analog sensor signals, for pressure, temperature, volume flow frequencies, rotational speeds, particles, water in oil, volume, and output.
The Parker Service Master CONNECT can measure and display up to 100 channels making it suitable for very complex diagnostic tasks. It can also be interfaced with CAN, CANopen, SAEJ-1939, analog, digital, frequency, Wi-Fi, and Bluetooth LE depending on needs, allowing desired measurement to be made quickly and safely.
The Sentinel™ takes fluid purification to a new level of dependability and efficiency by combining Parker’s unrivaled filtration expertise and tire industry know-how into one affordable and compact unit. With the new Sentinel™, one solution now fits all applications.
Compact, lightweight, tough, and versatile, the portable Sentinel™ is engineered to deliver outstanding results in any environment. With or without its optional laser detection particle counter the self-contained Sentinel™ can detect water-contaminated hydraulic oils or transformer fluids from samples taken directly from hydraulic reservoirs, barrels, vehicles, or oil storage tanks and streamline the dehydration process.
The Sentinel™ will make dehydration simpler and more efficient - maximizing maintenance budgets and boosting productivity - by completing the whole process and reducing costly, unscheduled downtime.