Temperature controllers function at multiple points during the manufacturing process

Schneider Electric Zelio REG Series controllers provide temperature regulation in process industry heating and refrigeration applications.

11/10/2009


Schneider Electric Zelio controller
Schneider Electric Relay Competency Center has expanded its Zelio control and measurement relay product offering to include the REG series of temperature controllers and accessories-key components for temperature regulation in heating and refrigeration applications. The controllers can interface with solid-state relays, electromechanical relays, programmable logic controllers (PLCs), variable speed drives and human-machine interface (HMI) displays.

Temperature controllers are designed to automatically control the temperature at multiple points during the manufacturing process. This control enables the execution of critical processes, such as the creation of highly complex recipes in the food and beverage industry or the exact solder temperature control in the electronics assembly industry.

The product line comprises three industry-standard formats - 24 x 48 mm (1/32-in DIN), 48 x 48 mm (1/16-in DIN) and 96 x 48 mm (1/8-in DIN).

"The 24 x 48 mm model is a cost-effective solution for basic temperature control, while its 48 x 48 mm counterpart provides the optimal balance of price and functionality, featuring an increased amount of control contacts and multiple alarms. The full-featured 96 x 48 mm model offers maximum performance and function," said Dipin Jain, Schneider Electric product manager.

Visit the Relay Competency Center for product selection tools, downloadable 2D and 3D models, and specifications on the entire Zelio relay offering.

- Edited by Renee Robbins, senior editor
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