Digital temperature controllers

  • 09-May-2013 10:37 EDT
digital temperature-controller-5R6-900.jpg

As a thermoelectric module bench-top temperature controller with its own power supply, the self-contained, singly enclosed 5R6-900 unit from Oven Industries can be plugged into the wall and accessed from anywhere. The solid-state MOSFET bidirectional compact bench-top unit features an internal power supply and is capable of loading currents up to 10 A. User-friendly and PC programmable, the unit connects through the electrically isolated RS232 communications port. The PC can be used as a connector, and the temperature controller can stand alone once the desired parameter settings are in place. Settings are stored in the nonvolatile memory. The temperature controller features a digital display for adjusting output voltage and for setting the temperature. Other features include an auto output shutdown; high, low, and no alarm settings; and a compact size.

HTML for Linking to Page
Page URL
Rate It
0.00 Avg. Rating

Read More Articles On

Christopher Grundler, the Director of OTAQ for the U.S. EPA, answered questions about Phase 2 rule-making for heavy trucks, global harmonization of emissions regulations, and his outlook for a new national NOx standard. Grundler will be the featured speaker on opening day of the SAE 2017 Government/Industry Meeting taking place January 25-27 in Washington D.C.
Making off-highway equipment, such as construction or agriculture machines, more efficient continues to be a priority after the final phase-in of the U.S. EPA Tier 4 Final emissions regulations. “Some of the companies we work with are running out of credits and unfortunately still struggling with Tier 4,” explained Tristan Donley, Technical Director, Off-Highway Heavy Vehicles North American for Exa, a supplier of software for computational fluid dynamics (CFD).
With the new SCALEXIO LabBox, dSPACE offers a compact high-performance system for hardware-in-the-loop tests.
The MTEK Subsystem (Marvin Test Expansion Kit) from Marvin Test Solutions (MTS), Inc. adds test capabilities to legacy semiconductor test systems that lack the ability to meet the test requirements of current devices.

Related Items

Training / Education
Training / Education
Technical Paper / Journal Article
Training / Education
Training / Education
Training / Education