Digital Temperature Controller / Temperature Controllers
Laboratory equipment often contains temperature-sensitive materials, and imprecise or irregular temperature control can ruin devices, samples, or experiments. Temperature controllers are designed to maintain a desired temperature within furnaces, environmental chambers, heating mantles, or any equipment prone to temperature swings as the result of combustion or resistive load. A digital temperature controller can maintain a constant temperature with minimal overshooting, within a range as wide as -200 °C to 1371 °C. For some applications, accuracy is more desirable than temperature range, and the best temperature controllers for these purposes will have accuracies of 0.1% of span. These temperature controllers can be broadly categorized by the type of control mechanism they employ, such as a PID controller (the most common), step-free manual dial control, or the ability to select multiple control methods. Heavy-duty models can include computer servers that provide control for your digital temperature controller.
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