New Digital Temperature Controllers with Ramp/Soak Capabilities

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Oven Industries announces new digital temperature controllers with ramp/soak capabilities. Great for use in colleges, universities, laboratories and PCR reasearch

Digital Temperature Controllers

New Digital Temperature Controllers

Great for usage in universities and science laboratories

Oven industries Inc. announces new digital temperature controllers with many outstanding user-friendly benefits. Contained all in one enclosure, the digital temperature controller can be plugged into the wall as a self-contained temperature control system, which has its own power supply. This distinctive detail makes the device unique, as well as highly convenient for users.

The 5R6-900 digital temperature controller with ramp/soak can also be used universally, which allows the user to access the device wherever they are located. As a solid state MOSFET bidirectional compact bench top unit featuring an internal power supply, it is also capable of loading currents up to 10A.

User-friendly and PC programmable, the digital controller easily connects to a computer through the electrically isolated RS232 communications port. The PC can be utilized as a connector and the temperature controller can stand alone, once the desired parameter settings are in place. These settings are kept in the non-volatile memory.

Great for usage in universities, science laboratories and any businesses that specialize in temperature control. The unit features an easy-to-read digital display for controlling functions, including adjusting output voltage and setting the temperature. Complete with an auto output shutdown if the sensor is opened or shorted, the unit also includes high, low and no alarm settings.

The compact size, as well as the isolated communication port, makes using the 5R6-900 Desktop Temperature Controller a breeze.

Contact Oven Industries Inc. at 1-877-766-OVEN for detailed drawings and pricing, or visit the company on the web at http://www.ovenind.com.

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