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Temperature controller boasts easy-to-use software

03 Jul 2013

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Oven Industries recently introduced their latest 5R1-001 RoHS compliant temperature controller. The device is a universal AC input proportional temperature controller for resistive heaters. The unit is designed with 1500VAC isolation from the electronic circuitry, which virtually eliminates interference from noise or errant signals. The software is PC programmable and requires no programming experience.

The included user friendly PC software has 1500VAC isolation from the electronic circuitry virtually eliminating interference from noise or errant signals. Once the controller is set-up, the computer may be disconnected and the controller becomes a stand-alone unit or the computer can remain connected for data acquisition. The temperature may also be set through the optional display or remote potentiometer. The load circuit delivers a maximum load current of 15Amps.

More information about the 5R1-001 controller can be found here.




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