Name: atten2 OilWear ® C100 online optical sensors
Model: C100
Brand: atten2
Application: Lubericating Oils
Category: Others
Standard: ISO 4406,NAS 1638,SAE AS4059
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OilWear C100 online optical sensors

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atten2’s OilWear® is an online sensor that counts the particles over 4 µm present in fluids, classifies them according to size in line with the ISO, NAS or SAE standards. Is a low cost sensor, designed to be permanently installed in a machine or installed in various machines one after the other, providing information in real time on fluid contamination.

The OilWear® C100 provides key information to conduct a predictive maintenance strategy. The measurement of an abnormal quantity of particles allows the early detection of faults in the machine and the implementing of corrective action.

The OilWear® C100 has a modular design that allows its measuring module, which is ultimately responsible for the counting and classifying of the particles, to be easily integrated into an oil Condition Monitoring System, just by ensuring some minimum conditions for the flow of oil it is monitoring.

  • Solución de bajo coste.
  • Plug & Play, the sensor offers a standard output with single plug.
  • Output: ISO 4406, NAS 1638, SAE AS4059, etc.
  • Early information on the state of the machine is provided.
  • It prolongs the life of the fluids and cuts machine downtime.
  • It provides rapid, reliable information on the contamination of the fluids.
  • Full integration with SCADA/PC/PLC by means of analogue and digital communications.
  • Possibility of integrating with OilHealth®, whereby a single sensor provides information on oil degradation and contamination.
  • Self-diagnosis, self-calibration and self-compensation.
  • Possibility of stipulating warning levels.
  • Possibility of stipulating the size ranges of the particles to be counted.
  • Possibility of integrating with OilHealth®, whereby a single sensor provides information on oil degradation and contamination.
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