SensoControl Serviceman | Parker SCM-152-2-02

Serviceman - Digital Diagnostic Meter | Part # SCM-152-2-02

The Parker SensoControl Serviceman was a rugged, portable diagnostic tool. It was an excellent alternative to conventional mechancal pressure gauges, until it was replaced by Serviceman Plus in Fall of 2013. Serviceman Plus offers additional functionality, 1 ms scan rate, larger screan, and comes in analog or CAN version.

The Serviceman meters can be purchased individually or in kits. For a Serviceman kit, please see the bottom of this page. Other SensoControl meters and gauges are available, please go to SensoControl Meter Selection to compare different SensoControl meters.


  SensoControl Serviceman Digital Meter

User Manuals:


  • Hand held diagnostic meter

Measure and Display:

  • Pressure
  • Flow
  • RPM (rotations per minute)
  • Temperature


  • Intuitive Operation
  • 2 Sensor Inputs
  • Auto-Sensor Recognition
  • Min/Max Memory
  • 2-ms Scan Rate
  • Store Data on PC

Connection Diagram | Serviceman SCM-152-2-02

Serviceman Connection Diagram



SensoControl Serviceman Kit

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 Serviceman Kit Contents

  • Case (SCC-150)
  • Serviceman meter (SCM-152-2-02)
  • Transducers (one or two, different options available, see below)
  • Cable - one or two, 3 m (SCK-102-03-02)
  • Power Supply (SCSN-450)
  • Instructions Manual (SCM-152-TM)

Code for Ordering Serviceman Kits


  • C - Coupling style:
    • 2 = PD style
    • 4 = PDP style
    • 6 = EMA 3 style (female)
  • TT - Transducer pressure range (psi)
    (Order either one or two)
    • 01 = -14.5 - +235 (Blue)
    • 06 = 0 - 870 (Green)
    • 15 = 0 - 2175 (Yellow)
    • 40 = 0 - 5800 (Orange)
    • 60 = 0 - 8700 (Red)


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Analog Pressure Transducers

CAN Pressure Transducers

Analog Flow Sensors

CAN Flow Sensors

Adapters, Cables, Software

Test Port Couplings

SensoControl Serviceman Support


Motion & Flow Control Products, Inc. supports its customers during and after the purchase of SensoControl Serviceman meters. Our in-house expert is available to train your mechanics at your location (anywhere in Northern California and North-Western Nevada). If you prefer, training can also be arranged in Motion & Flow Control Products, Inc.’s West Sacramento headquarters.

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Serviceman SCM-152-2-02


  • 2-line display shows both inputs
  • 4 digital LCD text display
  • Displays: pressure, temperature, flow and rotational speed


  • Two 5-pin push/pull inputs
  • 0-3V
  • 12-bit A/D convertor
  • Auto-sensor recognition
  • 2 ms scanning rate


  • RS232 PC interference
    (Requires SCSW-KIT-152 software & adaptor)


  • 9V rechargeable Ni-MH battery
  • 5-hour battery life


  • Operating Temperature 32°F - 122°F
  • Storing Temperature -4°F - 140°F


  • ABS plastic case
  • Protective rubber cover
  • Carrying strap
  • Integral stand

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Analog Flow Sensors

CAN Flow Sensors

Adapters, Cables, Software

Test Port Couplings


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3 Early Warnings of Hydraulic System Troubles:

Excerpt from one of our blogs...

  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. [Go to Article]

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. [Go to Article]

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. [Go to Article]

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