96VFL11

Extech Temperature PID Controller

Extech Temperature PID Controller

Description

The Extech Temperature PID Controller offers Fuzzy Logic PID, auto tuning, and soft start features for the ultimate control.

Features

  • Dual 4-digit LED displays for process and setpoint values
  • One-touch auto tuning for quick setup and stable, precise control
  • Accepts thermocouple and RTD inputs
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The Extech Temperature PID Controller uses Fuzzy Logid PID and soft-start features to protect heaters from cold starts. The PID plus Fuzzy Logic tackles the most demanding applications, eliminating over-shoot, unwanted process fluctuations, and drift. The soft-start feature is ideally suited for processes such as in the Thermo-Plastics industry, where careful and exact slow heating of products is required. 

 

The dual 4-digit LED displays for processes and setpoint values. Programming and navigation are made easy with the user-friendly menus and tactile keypad. The manual mode allows users to override automatic control and drive the controller output higher or lower. The one-touch auto tuning is available for quick set-up and stable, precise control. Two latching alarm relays standard with 8 alarm modes plus advanced timer modes. 

 

The single stage ramp and soak program with ramp-to-setpoint limit can be combined with the soft start feature for critical process demands. The controller accepts thermocouple and RTD inputs. The temperature display is °F or °C selectable, the thermocouple input has 9 selectable types, and the RTD input has 2 selectable types from the display menu without the need for hardware modification. 

Notable Specifications:
  • Type K input temperature range: -58 to 2498°F (-50 to 1370°C)
  • Type J input temperature range: -58 to 1832°F (-50 to 1000°C)
  • Type B input temperature range: 32 to 3272°F ( 0 to 1800°C)
  • Type T input temperature range: -454 to 752°F (-270 to 400°C)
  • Type E input temperature range: -58 to 1382°F (-50 to 750°C)
  • Type R or S input temperature range: 32 to 3182°F ( 0 to 1750°C)
  • Type N temperature input range: -58 to 2372°F (-50 to 1300°C)
  • Type C temperature input range: -58 to 3272°F (-50 to 1800°C)
  • PT100Ω RTD (DIN) temperature input range: -328 to 1652°F (-200 to 850°C)
  • PT100Ω RTD (JIS) temperature input range: -328 to 1202°F (-200 to 650°C)
  • Control/alarm relay: 5 Amp @ 110V, SPST (resistive load)
  • DC current output: 4-20mA (resistive); impedance < 600 ohms
  • Accuracy: thermocouple: ±1.8°F (1ºC); RTD: ±0.36°F (0.2ºC)
  • Sampling time: four samples per second
  • LED display: two 4-digit displays for process value, setpoint, and programming modes
  • LED status: alarm and control output status
  • Control modes: fuzzy logic enhanced three-term PID with auto tune
  • Proportional bandwidth: 0 to 300.0%
  • Integral time: 0 to 3600 seconds
  • Derivative time: 0 to 900 seconds
  • Hysterisis: 0.0 to 200.0 or 0.0 to 2000
  • Cycle time: 1 to 100 seconds
  • Front panel: lexan construction, drip/dust proof; IR rating: IEC IP63
  • Power supply: 90 to 264 VAC; 50/60 Hz (< 5VA power consumption)
What's Included:
  • (1) PID Controller
  • (1) Mounting bracket
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Extech Temperature PID Controller 96VFL11 Controller, PID, 1/4 DIN
$319.99
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