Frequency rotation induction sensor (RPM sensor) for combines harvester Claas Lexion, Claas Dominator and forage combine Claas Jaguar. OEM # 00 0676 835 0
The sensor of rotation of the engine of combines Сlaas
Country of origin: Germany
Part used in various parts of the CLAAS combine harvester.
The speed sensor, depending on the location on the nodes and mechanisms of the combine, allows the driver-operator to control the speed of rotation of the shaft:
A grain elevator
Grain elevator heads
Separator Drum Drive
Used to replace a worn or damaged unit during repair and restoration work.
The basis of the speed sensor is the principle of changing the inductive resistance of a coil with a steel core when the air gap changes in a magnetic field.
A steel disc with slots, protrusions or petals, fixed to the shaft where the speed is determined, passing near the sensor causes a cyclic change in the inductive resistance.
Electronics counts the number of such changes per unit of time converts them and displays them in a convenient form on the screen of the on-board computer.
Structurally it is executed in a hollow metal case with a threaded part and a hexagon head inside which there is a sensor with a connector for cable connection.
|Overall width, mm||22|
|Thread pitch, mm||1.5|