Solid-state temperature controllers for many uses

02/14/2006



Series 120 solid-state temperature controllers from Zytron Control offer a variety of configurations, mounting options, and sensor types for use in a variety of industrial applications.

Trenton, NJ —Series 120 solid-state temperature controllers from Zytron Control Products Inc . provide reliable, affordable electronic control for industrial applications, such as cooking appliances, hot melt dispensers, and packaging and food processing equipment. A variety of control configurations, mounting options, and sensor types make the devices adaptable to many uses.

Product uses a UL Class 2 low-voltage sensor circuit. Standard models feature 115/230 V ac field-selectable input, up to 20 A SPST relay output, on-off control mode, and a choice of thermistors, RTDs, or thermocouples. Overlapping set point ranges from 0 to 70 °C (32 to 158 °F). Optional control configurations include 24 V ac input voltage; fixed, remote, or local setpoint adjustments, custom setpoint ranges, and dc solid-state relay driver output. All units are UL/CUL approved. Selected models carry the CE mark for European applications. Prices range from $32-$48 in OEM quantities.

—Control Engineering Daily News Desk
Jeanine Katzel, senior editor, jkatzel@reedbusiness.com

 





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