Pressure transducer/sensor

Discussion in 'Machinery' started by cosmagedon, Dec 3, 2017.

  1. cosmagedon

    cosmagedon Member

    Location:
    North Wales
    I'm after a pressure transducer to make a calibration tool up, I have been told it's identical to one fitted to a John Deere if anyone could help point me in the direction of a jd model or part number.

    The details off the sensor are 375644A1 4137C

    @NZ Tech
     
  2. Chae1

    Chae1 Member

    Location:
    Aberdeenshire
    Do you run a hesston baler? They have a pressure transducer on end of valve block. Could source one off a scrapped baler.
     
  3. powerfarmer

    powerfarmer Member

    Location:
    Cork Ireland
    IFM Electronic are the guys you need to talk to, they make a vast range of pressure transducers.
     
  4. NZ Tech

    NZ Tech Member

    Location:
    California
    Which jd ?. Do you have a model and discription of where it is.
     
  5. Phil P

    Phil P Member

    Location:
    North West
    Depending on what operating pressure you want to use jd have two different ones
    RE217077 Will operating up to around 25-30 bar
    RE152198 Will operate up to around 300 bar
    Look like this.
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  6. cosmagedon

    cosmagedon Member

    Location:
    North Wales
    Thanks for the replies and suggestions, unfortunately the lad I spoke to didn't know what model JD to help narrow it down a bit.

    Brilliant thanks! That looks very similar to the one I'm after, It's the load sensing line I will be plugged into so it will be the higher rated one.

    This is what I'm trying to make
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  7. Phil P

    Phil P Member

    Location:
    North West
    The higher pressure one is used on the track machines i.e. 8000T onwards, it measures track tension.
    Glad I could help (y)
     
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  8. Graham Smith

    Graham Smith Member

    Location:
    Nottinghamshire
  9. Wombat

    Wombat Member

    Location:
    East yorks
  10. Is there a specific reason it has to be a JD part?

    As said above many sources of vanila analog (and CAN if you want) pressure transducers about.
     
  11. cosmagedon

    cosmagedon Member

    Location:
    North Wales
    It doesn't have to be a JD part I've just been told the exact same one is fitted to a JD and it should be easier to source that way. NH only sell it as part of a expensive kit. It's for calibrating the electric spools, I know that one has the exact range that the callibration procedure wants to see so that's the only reason for wanting the same one.
     
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  12. NZ Tech

    NZ Tech Member

    Location:
    California
    Re179984 or re277647 do 0-69bar(1000psi)
     
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  14. anythinggood

    anythinggood New Member

    Always been curious if this tool could be made easily enough,but never been able to find enough info about it
     
  15. cosmagedon

    cosmagedon Member

    Location:
    North Wales
    I will let you know how it goes, I got a new pilot head and fitted it, numbered it and calibrated the lever myself but the only part I couldn't do was the calibration using this tool.

    Its not as daunting running electric spools anymore if we can do all the repairs in house.
     
  16. What make of spools are in the NH? There is bound to be a lot of commonality in the calibration procedure across makes. Good to see you tacking this.

    I like a bit of electronic and electrical ingenuity (as well as mechanical) we could do with more of it. A lot of folks see electrical/electronics on gear and run to the hills. Well there here to stay and we better figure out how to repair once warranty is out. Well done (y)
     
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  17. cosmagedon

    cosmagedon Member

    Location:
    North Wales
    I think they're Bosch? Will check tomorrow.

    Thanks, but you can't beat the Nh workshop manuals, step by step guide how to do everything on them. Calibrating them is very simple, it's all automated once it's been set up! The pilot heads are not ridiculous money either.
     
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  18. Mursal

    Mursal Member

    Did you get a sensor?
     
  19. cosmagedon

    cosmagedon Member

    Location:
    North Wales
    Not yet, need some parts when I service the maize drill and the JD dealers are also kv so just waiting until I go through it and make a shopping list to save 2 trips.
     
  20. Mursal

    Mursal Member

    Ok no worries .............
    If the JD price is over the top, consider getting the same sensor off E-Bay for a fraction of the price, just tap in the numbers in the search box on the top of the E-Bay page?
     

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