Dual-channel temperature controllers

Model 325 dual-channel temperature controller from Lake Shore Cryotronics supports nearly any diode, RTD, or thermocouple temperature sensor to measure and control tem-peratures from 1.4 to more than 1,500 K. Sensor inputs are factory configured with two di-ode/RTD inputs; up to two thermocouple inputs can be requested at the time of order.

08/14/2006


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Model 325 dual-channel temperature controller from Lake Shore Cryotronics supports nearly any diode, RTD, or thermocouple temperature sensor to measure and control tem-peratures from 1.4 to more than 1,500 K. Sensor inputs are factory configured with two diode/RTD inputs; up to two thermocouple inputs can be requested at the time of order. Two PID control loops with maximum heater outputs of 25 and 2 W drive either a 50 or 25Ù load for optimal cryocooler control flexibility. Control Loop 2 heater output is a single-range, variable dc voltage source. When not used for temperature control, Loop 2 can be used as a manually controlled 0 to 10 V source. IEEE-4888 and serial interfaces are included.

www.lakeshore.com/325.html

Lake Shore Cryotronics Inc.





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