Eaton Electronic Oil Debris Monitoring

The General Electric GE90 ultrahigh bypass turbofan engine, which has logged close to 3 million flight hours on the Boeing 777 aircraft, is the first commercial aircraft engine with a quantitative electronic debris monitoring system (DMS). This system consists of an inductive debris sensor/ collector, a highly efficient vortex debris separator, and an electronic module that sends debris particle count signals to the full authority digital engine control (FADEC).

Specifications Electronic Oil Debris Monitoring System
 
Features
  • Available pre-vent feature releases internal pressure before cap removal
  • Drop-in strainer, dipstick optional
  • Materials: Aluminum alloy
  • Mounting: Various thread sizes, typical UNF-3A
  • Special rain cap option
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