Stabilizing leg

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Stabilizing leg control

Stabilizing legs are used to balance the vehicle to prevent tilting during operation. Using either a pressure transmitter or an electronic pressure switch in combination with the controller ensures that stabilizing legs are properly deployed or pulled in place.

Typical specifications 

  • Pressure range: 50 – 400 bar
  • Accuracy: 0.5% FS
  • Overpressure: 2 – 3 x FS
  • Burst pressure: 10 – 20 x FS
  • Switch point: 50 – 200 bar

Mobile Hydraulisc - Stabilizing Leg - Danfoss

Features and benefits

High burst and over pressure capabilities due to fully welded design

Resistant towards cavitation and liquid hammering

Good vibration and shock stability

Excellent EMC immunity

Wide range of electrical and pressure connections

Wetted parts made of stainless steel

Special benefits by using electronic pressure switch

  • Dual functionality supplying both analogue and digital outputs (MEP 2250)
  • Adjustable hysteresis and time constant (MEP 2650)

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