Temperature Controller Adds Features And Options

Oct. 8, 2008
The latest generation of the Series 59 microprocessor-based temperature controller adds options that make it customizable for an array of OEM applications. Added features include more power-input choices, additional sensor options, four different

The latest generation of the Series 59 microprocessor-based temperature controller adds options that make it customizable for an array of OEM applications. Added features include more power-input choices, additional sensor options, four different relay outputs, alarm and time functions, and a wider operating temperature range. Differential and set-point offset values are fully adjustable, accommodating application-specific programming, and settings can be tamper proof, factory pre-set, or field adjustable. Other enhancements include the ability to interface with 24 Vac/dc or 120, 208, 240 Vac supplies, support for thermocouples or solid-state relays, and output configurations that include 5A SPDT, 30A SPST, and 15A SPDT plus an SSR driver. Pricing starts at $30 each. FENWAL, Ashland, MA. (800) 336-9251.

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