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Parker Kittiwake Metallic Wear Debris Sensor Brochure


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Parker Kittiwake Metallic Wear Debris Sensor Brochure

  1. 1. Metallic Wear Debris SensorInstant indication of conditonSimple retrofit to oil systemPlan maintenance and have thespares available on time
  2. 2. The Kittiwake Metallic Wear Debris Sensor goes beyond the scope of normal weardebris sensors to offer even smaller size resolution. With an unbeatable detectionrange, the sensor provides a debris count for both ferrous and non-ferrous metals.It’s no secret that particles result from wear. It is imperative toknow, not just the number of particles which pass through yoursystem, but also the size and metallic composition. The KittiwakeMetallic Wear Debris Sensor goes beyond normal protectionsystems, allowing you to monitor in real time and take immediateaction on the first indication of change, thereby preventing all typesof failure.The Kittiwake Metallic Wear Debris Sensor can be mounted withinalmost any lubrication system, on any type of machine. By usingproven inductive coil technology, combined with smart algorithmsto provide a particle size distribution count, the sensor measuresferrous and non-ferrous metals resulting from the wear debriswithin the lubricant. This puts the user in control. The severity ofthe problem increases with an escalation in the production of largerwear debris particles.With both digital and analogue outputs, the sensor canbe easily integrated into existing condition monitoringand operating control systems, putting the user in contol.Whether it’s checking the health of the machine oralerting to changing wear patterns, the sensor providesinstant information, complementing existinglaboratory oil analysis programmes and helping theuser make informed maintenance planning decisions.Technical Specification Ordering InformationAmbient Temperature: -20 to 65oC (-4 to 149oF)Analogue Outputs: 2 x opto isolated 4 - 20 mA, 1 x alarm contacts (0.1 A max)Communications: CAN, RS232, RS485 (modbus option available)Connections: 3/8”BSPP femaleDetection: > 40 micron (0.04 mm) [0.00157 inch] ferrous metal> 135 micron (0.135 mm) [0.0531 inch] non-ferrous metalFluid Compatibility: Petroleum, synthetic oils and water / oil emulsionsFluid Temperature: -20 to 65oC (-4 to 149oF)Flow Rate: 0.3 - 4.5 ms-1Sensor Bore: Diameter 10 mm, length 120 mmMax Fluid Pressure: 10 bar (145 psi)Output: Simultaneous quantification of metallurgical composition andsize category of particles in the fluidMax Fluid Viscosity: 500 cStPower Supply: 18 - 30 V DCProtection: IP65Weight: 2.2 kgDescriptionFG-K19093-KW Metallic Wear Debris SensorProduct CodeFG-K19157-KWMetallic Wear Debris SensorEvaluation Pack - includes case,power supply and displayAll 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.Parker KittiwakeHydraulic Filter Division Europe3-6 Thorgate Road LittlehamptonWest Sussex BN17 7LUUnited KingdomTel: +44 1903 731 470Email: sales@kittiwake.comWeb: www.kittiwake.comWide range of interface optionsdue to variety of industry standardoutputs3/8” BSP connections for quick andeasy installationSealed to IP65 suitable for industrialuseRobust steel enclosure providingstrength and magnetic shieldingLED display providing a visualindication of sensor statusTypical ApplicationsWind TurbinesMud PumpsLarge Gearboxes / BearingsThe information contained in this datasheet is subject to change without notice.MA-K19080-KW