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Oven Industries, PC Programmable OEM TEC Controller

$173.00   Ships: Contact | Model RLS-01151

Key Features
  • Low Cost 0.1°C Set & Measurement Resolution Laser Diode TEC Temperature Controller
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MODEL RLS-01151
PRICE $173.00
Specifications
  • Control & Measurement Stability: ± 0.1°C
  • Output Voltage to TEC: 0 to 36 VDC
  • Load Current: 0.1 to 12.5 A
  • User adjustable Integral Rate
  • Temperature Control Range: -20 to 150°C
  • Control Stability: ± 0.1°C
  • Input Voltage: 6 to 28 VDC
  • 1 Khz base frequency PWM output
  • 1.79” H x 3.5” W x 3” D
Options
  • S-150-12; 150W 12V Power Supply: $45.00
  • SR6-576; Digital Display: $115.00

Product Overview:

This low cost board level temperature controller offers a proportional integral control algorithm to provide precise control to thermoelectric (Peltier) modules. The H bridge control provides a seamless transition between heating and cooling. An integrated Green LED indicates heat mode, and a blue LED indicates cooling. Simultaneous illumination indicates the load circuit is off due to an open sensor. Pulse Width Modulation controls the power level in the thermoelectric module.

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