Question about Pramac GBW30P Encl Diesel Genset w/Perkins Eng
The distance between the sensor and the diesel generator flywheel is too far or too close (generally this distance is approximately 2.5 + 0.3 mm). If the distance is too far, it may not be able to sense the signal. If it is too close, it may damage the working surface of the sensor. Due to the high-speed operation of the flywheel, radial (or axial) turbulence occurs. The distance is too close to pose a great threat to the safety of the sensor. It has been found that several working faces of the probe have been scratched. According to practical experience, the distance is generally about 2mm, which can be measured with a feeler gauge.
Posted on Nov 21, 2018
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