To meet the growing demand for CAN compatible components, Danfoss offers DST transmitters with CAN and SAE J1939 interface to supplement our range of transmitters already available. The CAN transmitters enables customers to apply the most modern bus technology that substantially reduces wiring costs and provides new opportunities in condition monitoring and predictive maintenance.
DST P92C and T92C CAN and SAE J1939 transmitters are extremely robust, designed with excellent EMC properties and with high resistance to shock and vibration. Besides, the standardized CAN communication allows compatibility with devices and systems from different manufacturers. The transmitters can be used with almost any media due to the stainless-steel casing and fully welded enclosure.
Features and benefits
Reduces installation costs by simplified wiring and less I/O modules
Decreases operational cost by high reliability and uptime
Fast design, installation and commissioning
Allows easy customization and retrofit
E1 type approval
CANopen® and SAE J1939 compliant
Wetted parts made in stainless steel in fully welded design
The DST P92C and T92C pressure and temperature transmitters are designed for use in harsh environments.
Operating temperature: -40 to 125°C
DST P92C pressure range: 10 to 1200 bar
DST T92C temperature range: -40 to 150°C
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|Brochure||CAN DST P92C and DST T92C||English||Multiple||02 May, 2019||676.7 KB|
|Data sheet||DSC T92C Temperature transmitter CAN-open||English||Multiple||02 May, 2019||516.0 KB|
|Operating guide||DST P92C CAN J1939 Operation guide||English||Multiple||02 May, 2019||261.8 KB|
|Operating guide||DST P92C CAN-Open Operation guide||English||Multiple||02 May, 2019||227.1 KB|
|Data sheet||DST P92C CAN-open Transmitter||English||Multiple||02 May, 2019||545.8 KB|
|Operating guide||DST T92C CAN-open Operating guide||English||Multiple||02 May, 2019||292.7 KB|
|Operating guide||DST T92C J1939 Operating guide||English||Multiple||02 May, 2019||243.8 KB|
Here’s how you CAN simplify and save on mobile hydraulic equipment
CAN communication is best understood in the following way: instead of sending a message from component A to unit B, the message is broadcast. Each component is then able to listen for, collect, and act on information that is relevant for that particular component.