Vectron's Viscosity Sensor Detects Oil Change in Gearbox
The low-shear ViSmartâ„¢ viscosity sensor uses robust and reliable semiconductor technology, has no moving parts, and is sealed for complete immersion. It is not affected by vibration or flow conditions, does not need field calibration and is packaged at 0.5" x 3" and 8 oz. The ViSmartâ„¢ low-shear sensor measures viscosity of fluid from 1 to 500 centipoise and is rated for temperatures up to 125Â°C in the standard package. Custom options and configurations are available for specific industry applications and process requirements.
When integrated with Vectron's eCup handheld viscosity sensor reader, the low- shear ViSmart model series can be connected to any computer platform via the standard USB port to provide a continuous audit trail for process monitoring markets.
Additionally, leveraging Vectron's PC ViscNetâ„¢ bench-top viscometer data station, the customer can acquire multiple channels of continuous viscosity, temperature and/or other physical data from up to four ViSmart or other physical sensors.