Temperature/process controller panel
Omega introduces CNI-CB120SB pre-configured panel family, saves time over sourcing individual components.
Omega introduces its new series CNI-CB120SB, a self-contained temperature control panel that provides a complete control system design, eliminating the need to select, collect, and assemble separate components. The pre-configured panels are ready to install, requiring only supply power, load, and sensor hook-up. They are equipped with an Omega iSeries microprocessor-based controller with on/off, PID, and ramp/soak capabilities along with a tri-color display. These control panels are supplied with a thermocouple input jack and M12 female connection for RTD or process inputs. Their compact packaging makes them portable or easy to mount, even in limited spaces. Ideal for chemical and food industries where careful temperature and process control is necessary.
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