npi electronic PTC-10 Temperature Control System

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npi electronic PTC-10 Temperature Control System

Designed to control heating and cooling of devices

npi electronic PTC-10 Temperature Control System
Guarantees low noise operation

Special protection features

This is to prevent the preparation from damage

Employs Peltier elements for temperature control during electrophysiological experiments

Sensor input
Sensor input
For semiconductor 2252 Ohms at 25°C (standard) or platinum 100 Ohms at 0°C, accuracy typically 0.1 °Cat 25 °C, with electronic protection.
Sensor input (EXT. mode)
Sensor input (EXT. mode)
1mV / °C
Alarm and shutoff
Alarm and shutoff
Disconnects
Power output
Power output
If temperature is below +3°C (not connected or broken sensor) or above +45°C (short circuited sensor)
Digital displays
Digital displays
3 ½ digits, XX.X °C (temperature of SENSOR A or B) or XX.X V (voltage at power output)
Command input
Command input
Analog input, 10 mV / °C, via BNC connector
Set value control
Set value control
Digital control, range 2-45°C, XX.X°C or 0-100% of output voltage (DIRECT mode)
Temperature output
Temperature output
Analog outputs, 10 mV / °C, via BNC connector, output impedance: 250 Ohms
Power output
Power output
±15 V / 5 A, short circuit protected, continuous
DC limiter
DC limiter
Control for the output voltage with a linear range from 0-100%
Control
Control
PI (proportional-integral) controller, accuracy typically ±0.2 °C, gain range 10-10k, integration time 50 ms - 20 s (logarithmic scale)
Measuring accuracy
Measuring accuracy
0.1 °C at 25 °C
Power requirements
Power requirements
115/230 V AC, 60/50 Hz, fuse 3.15 / 1.6 A slow
Dimensions
Dimensions
19” rackmount cabinet 19” (483 mm), 10” (250mm), 3.5” (88mm)

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