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New Unit Has Simple, Three-Step Set-Up

April 1, 2001

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New Unit Has Simple, Three-Step Set-Up

April, 2001

Temperature Control:

New Unit Has Simple, Three-Step Set-Up

0401pn-5.jpgChromalox' new Model 2110 Single-Loop Temperature Controller is a microprocessor-based unit that can be configured and operated without programming. Users can have a process up and running in three steps:1) select sensor type via external switches, 2) hook up the system and 3) set the temperature.

Temperature regulation features include On-Off or Proportional-Integral models to control heating with either a J or K thermocouple or RTD input. The Model 2110 comes in a 1/4 DIN package that requires less than 4 in. behind the mounting surface of its 4- x 4-in. NEMA 4X front panel.

Typical applications in-clude heat sealing, packaging equipment, platens/presses and surface heating.

Unit has a modular design that uses field-replaceable, plug-in output cards, including high currentversions for direct controlof many cartridge andstrip heaters. For large, three-phase loads, cards are available with either electromechanical pilot relays or solid-state drivers to activate power control devices.

Users can select from six output types: 1 amp electromechanical relay, 20 amp electromechanical relay, solid-state relay drive (nominal 24 v dc at 40 mA), 1 amp solid-state relay, 5 amp solid-state relay and 10 amp solid-state relay.

An optional alarm output provides a non-latching, normally de-energized, 1 amp relay output for over- or under-temperature protection.

Chromalox
Pittsburgh, PA 

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