Test & Measurement

Parker introduces the Parker Service Master COMPACT

31st January 2024
Harry Fowle

Parker Hannifin has announced the launch of The Parker Service Master COMPACT, a powerful device that provides real-time monitoring and diagnostics for mobile equipment and industrial hydraulics applications.

Designed in a robust IP65 housing with oil-resistant rubber protection, it is suitable for use in harsh environments encountered in industry sectors, including construction, agriculture, railway, and defence.

With its 4.3-inch touch screen and tactile keyboard, The Parker Service Master COMPACT enables easy operation and analysis of the measurements on-site. Parameters such as pressure, temperature and flow rate are displayed in real-time, and the data can be recorded on keystroke or triggered by defined signals. This allows users working on system maintenance to easily identify issues, before potential downtime being triggered, or damage caused, thereby reducing maintenance costs too.

The device comes in three different versions, offering greater flexibility for a wide range of measuring applications. These configurations include a version for up to six Parker CAN sensors, a version for up to 6 Parker CAN sensors and two auxiliary analogue sensors and a version for up to four Parker analogue sensors and two auxiliary sensors; all Parker sensors are supported with automatic sensor recognition. The included analysis software, SensoWin 7, makes it easy to upload measured data for documentation purposes.

“We are excited to introduce The Parker Service Master COMPACT to our customers,” said Jutta Etzkorn, Product Manager at Parker Hannifin SensoControl. “The device combines proven concepts with new technology and innovative ideas. With its compact design, user-friendly interface and flexible memory management, The Parker Service Master COMPACT is an essential tool for maintenance professionals looking to optimise the performance and reliability of critical assets.”

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