New high-powered temperature controller
Oven Industries now offers high powered temperature controllers for applications greater than 15 A.
Oven Industries is now offering a high-powered temperature controller mounted on a heat sink that creates a seamless transition between heating and cooling devices, as it serves as the commander of thermoelectric modules. With a bi-directional or unidirectional H-bridge configuration, the controller includes user-friendly PC software makes it quick and simple for users to change any temperature control configurations, which eliminates signal interference or errant signals.
The software also enables the temperature controller to operate as a stand-alone unit. A computer can also be connected to the device, for retrieving data. The controller setting can be set via the remote potentiometer and optional display.
Oven Industries supplies industrial temperature controllers, programmable controllers, custom temperature controllers, and sensors that serve a variety of clients, from aerospace, automotive, biomedical, defense markets, medical, and semiconductor.
Edited by Peter Welander, email@example.com
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