Microprocessor-based temperature control

Microprocessor-based Carel uC22 controllers are now integrated into Mokon’s dual circuit portable chillers and single-circuit central chillers, and Carel pC03 controllers are integrated into the company’s dual circuit central chillers.

01/29/2007


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Microprocessor-based Carel uC22 controllers are now integrated into Mokon’s dual circuit portable chillers and single-circuit central chillers, and Carel pC03 controllers are integrated into the company’s dual circuit central chillers. Carel uC2 features include an LED readout of set point and process fluid temperatures, and universal symbol indication for modes of operation, multi-level security access, and metric or English units. Unit is RoHS compliant. Carel pCO3 has a programmable LCD touchscreen with graphic industry-standard symbols that indicate modes of operation and system performance. It has multiple digital or analog signal input and output capabilities, flexible interfacing communication to host or network, up to four serial communication ports, and the ability to control field devices. It is also RoHS compliant.

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