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Scientifica Temperature Controller
An in-line Peltier heater to provide stable temperature control of physiological solutions.
Simple control of perfusion solutions
0.1 °C control
Up to 37 °C (at a flow rate of 6ml/m)
In-line peltier heating
In-line Peltier heater
The Scientifica Temperature Controller uses an in-line Peltier heater and allows the heating of perfusion solutions to physiological temperatures (up to a maximum of 37 degrees Celsius when used at a flow rate of 6ml/m) Temperatures can be controlled within 0.1 degrees.
The Temperature Controller uses the Scientifica LinLab software for operation and allows adjustment of temperature settings such as gain and maximum temperature. Actual bath temperature, as well as heater temperature, can be view against the target temperature through a live graph, shown in the LinLab software and this can be export for reference against sample recordings.
Line voltage85-264 VAC
Input frequency47-440 Hz
Temperature sensorPt 100
Operating temperature10-40 °C
Storage temperature0-50 °C
|Control range ambient temperature||
Control range ambient temperatureMin. 10 °C to 50 °C
|Dimensions (W x D x H)||
Dimensions (W x D x H)170x224x66 mm
Output channels1 (TC01) 2 (TC02)
Output max10 W per channel
|Output current max||
Output current max1 A per channel
|Output voltage max||
Output voltage max15 V
Heating resistance0-30 Ohm, typically 20 Ohm
Fuse800 mA slow blow
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