Temperature Controllers

A Temperature Controller is an electronic device used to maintain a target temperature in a process system by controlling a heating or cooling element, such as a heater or chiller. It typically consists of a temperature sensor, a controller, and an output device, such as a relay or solid-state switch. The temperature sensor measures the actual temperature of the system, and the controller compares it to the target temperature and sends a signal to the output device to adjust the heating or cooling element accordingly. Temperature Controllers can be configured for different temperature ranges, accuracies, and control algorithms, and can also include other features such as programmable setpoints, alarms, and communication with other devices or systems. They are commonly used in industries such as manufacturing, food and beverage, and HVAC, where precise and reliable temperature control is critical for process control, product quality, and energy efficiency.

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