>> An extensive range of thermal control devices can be incorporated onto the heaters; these include thermocouples, platinum sensors and limit switches. Pockets and housings can also be applied enabling the client to install their own control devices such as PT100’s and capillary thermostats.
The electronic analogue thermostat is a boxed unit that connects to the supply cable of the heater mat. The heater mat is supplied with a PT100 sensor and a 4 pole plug which connects to a corresponding socket in the thermostat completing the connections of the sensor and electrical supply. We can adapt the standard unit to allow a sensor to be inserted into the process being heated.
The electronic digital thermostat is a fully programmable unit housed in an enclosure along with a residual current device. Complete with a stainless steel mounting bracket, connection to the heater is via a 4 pole plug and socket arrangement. The thermostat input is a PTC1000 sensor embedded on the heater mat.
|Power (max.)||3000 Watt|
|Temperature range (adjust.)||0 till +200°C|
|Supply||230 eller 110 Volt|
|Power (max.)||2000 Watt|
|Temperature range (adjust.)||0 till +150°C|
The capillary thermostat is supplied as a separate item to be built in to the final assembly along with the heater mat. The sensing bulb can be placed in the process or in a sensor pocket on the heater mat surface. With single pole switching, the body of the thermostat can be mounted up to 1 meter away from the sensor location.
|Switching capacity||15 Amp|