Temperature/process controller with 60 ms sampling

Omron Electronics LLC has extended its E5CN series 1/16 DIN size temperature and process controllers with advanced E5CN-H models that provide high-speed response with higher resolution and accuracy than standard models. The E5CN-H models offer a 60 ms sampling period for precise heater control. With accuracy of 0.

07/01/2009


Temperature/process controller with 60 ms sampling
Omron Electronics LLC has extended its E5CN series 1/16 DIN size temperature and process controllers with advanced E5CN-H models that provide high-speed response with higher resolution and accuracy than standard models. The E5CN-H models offer a 60 ms sampling period for precise heater control. With accuracy of 0.1% of preset value (PV) for thermocouple and RTD inputs and 0.1% full scale for analog inputs, the two-PID control delivers exact control and stability with fast reaction speed. The device measures 48 x 48 x 91 mm to fit 1/16 DIN panel cutouts. Omron says performance can be customized to meet project requirements, including logic operations and preventive maintenance functions. The combination of universal inputs for temperature and analog processes, 13 alarm types, and three-color changing status display enables machine builders to use one model for many projects. CX-Thermo support software provides access to expanded functionality and security settings, enabling OEMs to set multiple units with the same program and monitor operations of multiple units for debugging and plant-floor diagnostics. www.omron247.com Omron Electronics LLC





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