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Flo-Check® USB Hydraulic System Analyzer
The Flo-Check USB represents the next generation of hydraulic test equipment. The device simultaneously measures flow, pressure, temperature and power within a hydraulic system. This data is displayed and logged through a custom Windows®-based software application; data is received from the Analyzer through a standard USB cable (both software and cable are included with the unit). The Flo-Check USB is ideal for testing, troubleshooting and diagnosis in mobile and industrial hydraulic applications, and for setting hydraulic components such as pumps, valves and motors. The unit is bi-directional and includes a low-resistance load valve and internal pressure relief discs.
System features include:
♦ Flow ranges from 3 - 85 GPM (15 - 321 LPM)
up to 7 - 200 GPM (26 - 757 LPM)
♦ Port sizes in SAE 16 (G 1" BSP) and SAE 24 (1-1/2" BSP)
♦ Accuracy: Better than ±1% of reading @ 32 cSt
♦ Field selectable US or metric readings
♦ High and low set point alarms for flow, pressure, and temperature
♦ Captures pressure spikes up to 10,000 PSI (0.2 milliseconds duration)
♦ Exports saved data to Microsoft Excel® and other spreadsheet programs
♦ USB powered
♦ Easy to use, plug and play
♦ Calculates hydraulic horsepower
♦ Select continuous monitoring or capture data manually
♦ Logs up to 12 hours
♦ Records alarm history
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The Flo-Check Hydraulic System Analyzer can be used as a stationary or portable tester for both industrial and mobile hydraulic system diagnostics, and analysis of the prognostic health of a hydraulic system. It features flo, pressure and temperature sensors that are monitored by a data acquisition module. This module records the operating parameters of the system and transfers them to the user’s laptop via the USB port.