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Diesel and gas engines

Sensor improves temperature measurement

The Connect CAN digital sensor from CMR Group (France) provides temperature measurement for diesel and gas engines. The thermocouple sensor features J1939 technology, which enables real-time diagnostics.

The Connect CAN sensor for improved engine temperature measurement (Photo: CMR Group)

THE J1939 TECHNOLOGY also permits a digitized connection to an engine ECU or any other monitoring system operating under a CAN network. The unit features a K-Type thermocouple, which measures from -40 ºC to +1000 ºC and a 24-VDC (18 V to 32 V) power supply. The electronics are embedded in an IP65 connector operating from -20 ºC to +115 ºC with the output J1939 signal available from 250 kbit/s to 500 kbit/s.

The sensor is designed for harsh environments like exhaust gas, combustion chamber and bearing temperature, offering compliance to the Marine standard IACS E10 test specification and is configurable for improved engine application flexibility and versatility.



Publish date
2014-05-21
Company

CMR Group

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