Process Controllers monitor and control temperature or process applications. Control methods include ON/OFF, PID, fuzzy logic, self-tune, and manual tune. Self-Tune PID and different mounting options. The alarm outputs can be configured from different preprogrammed settings.
View as Grid List
- Series 1500 Temperature ControllerTemperature Controller is reliable, accurate, and fully programmable. ...Starting at $687.00
- Series 2600 Temperature/Process ControllerTemperature/Process Controller are easy to use, versatile, and have a ...Starting at $940.25
- Series 2500 Temperature/ControllerTemperature/Controller provides an impressive array of features. Eco ...Starting at $1,003.25
- Series 16A Temperature/Process ControllerTemperature/Process Controller is the latest microprocessor that has ...Starting at $497.00
- Series 8600 Temperature/Process ControllerTemperature/Process Controller includes Self-Tune, Fuzzy Logic, full ...Starting at $1,284.25
- Series 32B 1/32 DIN Temperature/Process Controller1/32 DIN Temperature/Process Controller offers advanced control feat ...Starting at $126.00
- Series 4B 1/4 DIN Temperature/Process Controller1/4 DIN Temperature/Process Controller is designed to accept thermoc ...Starting at $183.00
- Series 16B 1/16 DIN Temperature/Process Controller1/16 DIN Temperature/Process Controller monitors and controls temper ...Starting at $141.00
- Series 8C 1/8 DIN Temperature Controller1/8 DIN Temperature Controller offers easy-to-use programming menus ...Starting at $126.00
- Series 32A Temperature/Process ControllerTemperature/Process Controller offers the highest level of features ...Starting at $450.00
- Series 16L Limit ControlLimit Control offers FM approved limit control with universal input, ...Starting at $403.00
- Series 32DZ Temperature/Process ControllerThe Series 32DZ Temperature/Process Controller is easy to use and of ...Starting at $564.00
- Series 8B 1/8 DIN Temperature/Process Controller1/8 DIN Temperature/Process Controller offers versatility and reliab ...Starting at $157.00
- Series 16C 1/16 DIN Temperature Controller1/16 DIN Temperature Controller offers accurate temperature measurem ...Starting at $114.00
- Series 4C 1/4 DIN Temperature Controller1/4 DIN Temperature Controller has easy to use programming menus des ...Starting at $141.00
- Series SCD DIN Rail Temperature/Process ControllersDIN Rail Temperature/Process Controller has multiple PID loops in a ...Starting at $112.00
- Series SCD-8 Multi-Loop DIN Rail Mount Temperature ControllerMulti-Loop DIN Rail Mount Temperature Controller can control up to 8 ...Starting at $284.00
- Series 16G, 8G, 4G Temperature/Process Loop ControllersTemperature/Process Loop Controllers monitor and control temperature ...Starting at $168.00
View as Grid List
- In the Series 16A the option 936 = Set Point/Process Signal Output 0-10 VDC My Question Is "What Is This Option Used For"?
- The -936 option on the 16A is most commonly used to remotely monitor a process (for instance, in a different room). An additional panel meter with a 0-10 volt input will allow you to do this. It can also be used as an input to another controller that runs a different system (off of the same process transmitter, for instance).
- We are trying to program a temperature control and receive the following message - Communication error > address 01: no response from controller at register 795 (031A). What could be causing this error?
- The register 795 is a Modbus register. One of the reasons why there is a communication error is the -992 for the RS-485 communication is LOVELINK Protocol, if you are trying to communicate with Modbus® protocol, it will not work. See the LoveLink™III Software.
- How to change the selectable °F/°C on a series 16B love control.
- Please see page 20 in the instruction manual. The parameter to change from °F to °C is TPUn. This parameter will only be available if your inPT is the Thermocouple or RTD as stated.
- I have a Love 16B-33-LV temp controller that came with a DC01 jumper. Can you tell me what this jumper is for?
- The jumper is used when you are using a current input (4-20 mA) signal into the controller. If you are using an RTD or thermocouple probe you do not need this jumper.