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SensoControl ServiceJunior™ CONNECT | Parker

The Parker SensoControl ServiceJunior™ CONNECT is an integrated digital pressure gauge with minimum/maximum memory capability. The digital readouts are more accurate than mechanical, and the lack of wiring and hoses reduces safety risks. Wireless operation of the ServiceJunior™ CONNECT allows users to monitor pressure changes away from machinery while in use and under full load.


Other SensoControl meters also measure flow, temperature, pressure differential, and more. Please go to SensoControl Meter Selection to compare different Senso Control meters.

 

Capabilities:

  • Wireless operation powered by SCOUT Mobile software
  • Exportable records and proof-of-work statements
  • Set alarms, create/view trend graphs, create asset records
  • Works with SensoNODE Blue sensors
  • Scalable and expandable
  • User-adjustable pressure units

Features:

  • Wireless, remote readings
  • Color-coded gauge covers for at-a-glance identification of pressure capabilities
  • Easy operation
  • Handheld digital pressure gauge
  • Measure and Display - Pressure
  • Backlit display
  • Min/Max memory
  • Battery life indicator
  • Ranges for hydraulics and pneumatics
  • Scanning rate of 10ms
  • Fluid temperature:-4° to 176°F

Cover Color Code

 Blue -14.5 to 230 psi (-1 to 16 bar)
 Green  0 to 1500 psi (0 to 100 bar)
 Orange  0 to 5800 psi (0 to 400 bar)
 Red  0 to 8700 psi (0 to 600 bar)

Part Numbers & Specifications

ServiceJunior CONNECT
PD Coupler*

ServiceJunior CONNECT
EMA3 Coupler**

ServiceJunior CONNECT
1/4" NPT Port

Measuring Range

Overload Pressure
(psi)

Resolution
(psi)

Accuracy

SCJR-0250-PD-BLE2

SCJR-0250-EMA-BLE2

SCJR-0250-4MP-BLE2

-14.5 to 250 PSI (-1 to 16 bar)

460

0.1

0.5% FS

SCJR-1500-PD-BLE2

SCJR-1500-EMA-BLE2

SCJR-1500-4MP-BLE2

0 to 1500 PSI (0 to 100 bar)

2,900

1

0.5% FS

SCJR-5800-PD-BLE2

SCJR-5800-EMA-BLE2

SCJR-5800-4MP-BLE2

0 to 1500 PSI (0 to 400 bar)

11,600

1

0.5% FS

SCJR-8700-PD-BLE2

SCJR-8700-EMA-BLE2

SCJR-8700-4MP-BLE2

0 to 8700 PSI (0 to 600 bar)

14,500

1

0.5% FS

* PD Couplers rated to 6,000 PSI max
** EMA3 Couplers rated to 9,000 PSI max

Accessories

Part Number 

Description

PD240 PD Series Diagnostic Coupler
SCA-7/16.-EMA-3 7/16. -18UNF-2B female to M16.X2.0 EMA3 female swivel
SCJA-1/4 7/16. -18UNF-2B female to 1/4” NPT male adapter
PDH-19 19” PD Hose extension to be used with PD nipple
PDH-32 32” PD Hose extension to be used with PD nipple
SMA3-400 16.” (400 mm) Hose assembly for EMA M16.X2.0 interface
SCC-300 Storage case for three gauges and diagnostic adapters

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3 Early Warnings of Hydraulic System Troubles:

  1. Slow Operation
  2. Increased Noise
  3. Elevated Temperature

1. Slow Operation

Longer cycle times are often the first symptom that there is something wrong with a hydraulic system. Decreased speed of hydraulic actuators (such as cylinders) points to decreased flow through the system.

2. Increased Noise

Knocking, loud whining, or screeching often indicates aeration or cavitation. Aeration means air inclusion in the hydraulic fluid, cavitation is the presence of vaporized hydraulic fluid in the system.

3. Elevated Temperature

Excessive temperature of hydraulic fluid (generally above 180°F), reduces its working life and damages seals in the system. In addition, viscosity of hydraulic fluid decreases with increasing temperature, which in turn results in inadequate lubrication and increased wear of the system's components.

Temperature alarms should be utilized to prevent damage caused by excessive hydraulic fluid temperatures.


Read more about the early warnings of hydraulic system failure on our blog.