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  • 1. Total Ferrous Debris SensorContamination analysis, monitoredin real-timeMeasure ferrous density of alubricantEasy integrated into existingcondition monitoring programmes
  • 2. Whether it’s to check on the health of a machine, or alert a user to changing wearpatterns, the Kittiwake Total Ferrous Debris Sensor provides instant information.Designed to complement your existing oil analysis programme, the sensor placesyou in control and helps in making informed maintenance planning decisions.Machines give telltale indicators of potential problems, eitherthrough changes in noise, vibration or metallic wear debrisin the lubrication system. Any change in the wear patternresults in changes in the ferrous density in the lubricant. TheKittiwake Total Ferrous Debris Sensor goes beyond normalchip detectors and magnetic plugs, providing a Parts perMillion (ppm) value. The user can monitor in real-time andtake immediate action on the first indication of change.The Kittiwake Total Ferrous Debris Sensor can be mountedwithin almost any lubrication system, on any type ofmachine. Using a combination of proven magnetometry, combinedwith smart algorithms to provide data directly in ppm, the sensor measuresferrous density resulting from wear debris within the lubricant. With both digital andanalogue outputs, airblast and piston options, the Kittiwake Total Ferrous Sensor can be easilyintegrated into existing condition monitoring and operating control systems.Kittiwake Developments3-6 Thorgate Road LittlehamptonWest Sussex BN17 7LUUnited KingdomTel: +44 1903 731 470Email: sales@kittiwake.comWeb: www.kittiwake.comMA-K19078-KW Iss 1Technical Specification Ordering InformationAmbient Temperature: -20 to 65oC (-4 to 149oF)Analogue Output: Opto isolated 4 - 20 mACommunications: CAN, RS232, RS485Connections: 1/8” BSPDetection: Total ferrous wear debrisFluid Compatibility:Power Supply: 18 - 30 VDCProtection: IP65Range: 0 - 2000 ppm uncombined ferrous debrisOptions:Weight: 2.2 kg (4.85 lb)Fluid Viscosity: 350 cst (piston version and non zeroing option)DescriptionFG-K16334-KW Piston versionProduct CodeFG-K16354-KW Evaluation kit piston version,includes case, power supply anddisplayAll sensors come complete with software for datadownloading and trending. Contact Kittiwake forinformation about the wide range of installationaccessories and alternative options that are available tosuit your specific application.Petroleum, synthetic oils and water / oilFluid Temperature: -20 to 65oC (4 to 149oF)Max. Fluid Pressure: 10 bar (145 psi)Stand alone unit, unit with automatic piston zeroing, display/ alarm boxAvailable for use in a multitude ofapplicationsRobust cast iron enclosure providingstrength and magnetic shieldingSealed to IP65 suitable for industrialuseReference coil for controlledtemperature stabilityLED display providing a visualindication of sensor statusWide range of interface optionsdue to variety of industry standardoutputsTypical ApplicationsHeavy PlantFinal DrivesScrapedown OilThe information contained in this datasheet is subject to change without notice.

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