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New Thermal Controller with User-Friendly PC Software
Date:5/9/2013

Mechanicsburg, PA (PRWEB) May 10, 2013

Oven Industries’ Model 5R7-350 is an economical thermal controller especially designed to operate with thermoelectric (Peltier effect) modules. Most of these modules may be operated in either a cooling mode or a heating mode depending on current direction. The 5R7-350/347 thermal controller may be field configured for either of these operating modes. These controllers were designed with a proportional / integral control algorithm to provide the best control at the most economical cost. Either a fixed or adjustable proportional bandwidth and integral rate permits optimizing individual thermal systems. Additional external heat sinking will permit operating load currents in excess of 10 amperes.

The thermal controllers are available in both an open board construction or encapsulated on a mounting plate. Various configuration options are available for the type of adjustments offered, packaging, available custom temperature ranges, dial scale.

FEATURES

  • Using thermoelectric modules
  • Rated for up to 7.5 amps at 9 to 26 volts dc with a
25°c. Mounting plate temperature
  • Controller will operate down to 9 volts dc
  • Single mode operation for either heating or cooling
  • Proportional / integral control algorithm
  • Adjustable or fixed proportional bandwidth of 0.5°c to 5°c
  • Adjustable or fixed integral rate of 0 to 2.55 repeats per minute
  • Pulse width modulated output with a base frequency of 1000 hz
  • Output device has linear current limiting to 14 amps
  • Reverse polarity protected
  • Connections via .250 quick connect terminals

ACCESSORIES
Optional remote potentiometer, knob, and sc
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