Engine and Hydraulics involves comprehensive diagnostics and analysis and our new Kit is perfectly suited to this.
It is a combination of our Diesel Kit with two
WPS600C Hydraulic Pressure Transducers, enabling you to diagnose faults
quickly and accurately on many different types of mobile machinery.
By combining the high-precision hydraulic transducers with this Kit, you can now look at hydraulic
pressures in the same time frame as the engine control signals giving complete visibility of how the
system is operating. You can see the exact moment valves start to move in the hydraulic system and
compare this directly to the relevant electronic controls.
You can also investigate stalling and 'no start' conditions due to the comprehensive coverage of
engine and electrical systems.
With PicoScope you have direct access to over 150 built-in guided tests covering engine and
electrical sensors, actuators and systems. These include both voltage and current measurements
and cover camshaft, crankshaft, oxygen sensors, injectors and many more. These tests give you
a head start in diagnosing and fixing engine faults right first time; when combined with the
hydraulic system they allow diagnosis of complex interactions of the hydraulic and engine systems.
2 Carry Cases are also provided or you can choose to store your Kit in Foam.
You can expand your Kit as necessary thereby increasing the number of tests you can
perform by purchasing extra accessories.
WPS600C Pressure Transducer
With high accuracy and a wide measuring range, the WPS600C Hydraulic Pressure Transducer connects to
your PicoScope for convenient analysis and diagnosis of pressurized systems.
- Accurately measure up to 600 bar (8700 psi)
- Ultra-fast 100 microsecond response time (0% to 90% of full scale)
- Internal rechargeable LiPo battery
- Industry-standard M16 x 2 test point connector
- Auto zeroing
- High noise immunity
- Temperature compensated
Not for continuous operation.
Due to the wide range of hydraulic fittings in use we do not supply any specific adaptors or
hoses for use with this product. Those provided with the low pressure WPS500X are not
suitable for use with the higher pressure hydraulic systems.
We recommend contacting your regular hydraulic hose supplier for any additional fittings or
custom hose assemblies you may require to suit your specific system.
Two pressure ranges for increased versatility The two pressure ranges of the WPS600C
allow accurate measurement and diagnosis of permanent and non-permanent
automotive and industrial hydraulic systems.
Range 1 The first range, 0 to 600 bar (approximately 8700 psi) gives you high
resolution and accuracy for high-pressure tests in hydraulic systems.
Range 2 The second range measures from 0 to 60 bar (approximately 870 psi).
This range is ideal for low-pressure hydraulic systems and oil pumps.
0 to 600 bar 0 to 8700 psi
1% of scale
1 V / 100 bar 1 V / 1450 psi
0 to 60 bar 0 to 870 psi
1% of scale
1 V / 10 bar 1 V / 145 psi
Nothing compares to the WPS600C
It is not unusual to require a different pressure transducer for each diagnostic test you want to run.
he WPS600C eliminates this need by giving you one ultra-high resolution transducer that can be used for
a multitude of hydraulic diagnostics applications. With two pressure ranges and a rechargeable Li-Po battery,
all enclosed in a durable housing the WPS600C is the cost-effective answer to pressure analysis.
When price, performance and versatility matter, there is nothing that compares to the WPS600C Pressure Transducer.
The Engine and Hydraulics Kit is designed for you to be able to diagnose problems on your equipment,
relating to either engine or hydraulics. Allowing pressures up to 600 bar to be monitored against
time enables the technician to connect the WPS600C to the relevant hydraulic test port, then view
activity and transitions in hydraulic pressure that were never previously visible with conventional gauges.
- Hydraulic pump performance
- Hydraulic valve switching activity
- Hydraulic pressure control valve performance
- Hydraulic pressure decay
- Residual hydraulic pressure
Hydraulic Waveform Examples and Analysis
Have a look at different waveforms and analyse the following examples: