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redbopeep 04-23-2012 06:08 PM

Dual Temperature/Pressure transducer
 
OK, I 've seen these in use in AC systems so I know they exist. I've also seen them in the process industry...

Has anyone seen a transducer pair of both temp and pressure that can be placed in a single sensor port? I'd like to do this with my Hurth transmission which only has a single port available. I also wonder if there's a way of putting a fitting with a transducer port between the transmission's oil cooler and the hydraulic hose which carries the transmission oil to-from the cooler? Anyone seen that? I could put a temperature sender on the input side of the cooler and then just use the other port on the transmission for pressure...

Knowledge? Thanks :)


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