STAUFF Debuts Handheld Hydraulic Tester

MaritimeEquipment.com
Wednesday, July 10, 2013

STAUFF introduced the PPC-04-plus, the latest generation of compact mobile hydraulic testers.

The STAUFF PPC-04-plus features robust construction and an oil-resistant rubber coating to withstand impacts, vibration, dust and moisture (protection class up to IP67) and is designed for use in particularly harsh conditions.

The compact mobile tester measures pressure, temperature, flow rate, frequency and speed in mobile and industrial hydraulic systems.

The STAUFF PPC-04-plus is available with either two analog sensor inputs or a CAN interface (PPC-04-plus-CAN) for connecting up to three digital sensors.

Even in low light situations, measured values can still be read quickly and reliably from the multi-line, backlit LCD graphic display.

Using the USB port and the included software, measurement values can be easily read and transferred to the PC, where they can be displayed, analyzed and further processed.

The STAUFFPPC-04-plus joins the family of portable hydraulic testers, which includes the larger STAUFF PPC-Pad,which features a large-format (3.5” x 4.5”) LCD screen and up to six analog inputs, and the smaller PPC-06/08-plus series, which features a digital readout LCD screen.
 

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