23 April, 2017

The next evolutionary step for handheld measuring units

13 April, 2017

For 30 years Hydac has provided handheld measuring units for measuring tasks in relation to stationary and mobile machines. With the recently launched HMG 4000, Hydac comments that the next evolutionary step has been achieved based on the latest technologies.


Ten straight accessible measuring channels enable the connection of sensors with analogue or digital signals. When Hydac HSI sensors are used, recognition and parameter setting happens automatically.

Furthermore, when sensors featuring any standard signal are connected, parameters can be altered manually.

An additional CAN interface enables connection of 28 CAN transmitters. Also, the CAN interface can be used for switching-on the HMG 4000 to an existing CANbus system and monitoring of this system’s sensors.

Gauge or standard measurements, recording of values or long-term protocol recordings can be performed. The measurements are shown on a modern 5.7” colour screen as either measuring values or graphs.

The screen’s touch functionality enables easy and user-friendly operation of the HMG 4000. Recordings can be transferred to PC using USB sticks or cable connection. The application software HMGWin enables users to work on and store the recorded data in a user-friendly manner.

Product advantages

Product advantages include:

• 8 analogue and 2 digital input channels.

• Connection of up to 28 CAN transmitters.

• 5.7” touch screen.

• Automatic sensor recognition.

• Online measurement in real time.

• Switch-on to CAN bus systems (also J1939).

• Programming features for Hydac switches.

• Capacity of up to 100 measuring channels.

• Storage capacity for more than 200 recordings with up to 8 Mil. measuring values.

www.hydac.com




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