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Omron announces feature-packed temperature controllers

Posted: 19 Apr 2005 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:omron? e5_n? digital temperature controller? temperature controller? e5an?

Omron Corp. disclosed that its E5_N series of digital temperature controllers now offer better performance and superior functionality. The E5AN (1/4DIN), E5EN (1/8DIN) and E5CN (1/16DIN) combine a wide range of functions, such as three-phase heater burnout detection, parameter masking and a 2-step programmer. These devices also include an enhanced front panel design with an easy-to-read, three color, 11-segment display that makes it simple to interpret process values at a glance.

Built around the company's 2-PID strategy for optimum temperature control during start-up and production, the new generation E5_N controllers can now accept analog inputs, extending their suitability for use in pressure, flowrate, level, humidity and rate control applications. Sampling and output update times have been improved, enabling the E5_N controllers to handle applications requiring fast response speeds and the highest levels of accuracy.

In addition, device set-up and monitoring is simplified by enhanced PC-based configuration tools which enable faster parameter set-up, easier device adjustment and simpler maintenance. According to Omron, these tools dramatically reduce the time and effort needed to set and manage temperature control parameters, providing advanced creating, editing and batch-downloading functions.

Sealed to IP66 and with a flat membrane front allowing use in demanding environmental conditions, the E5_N temperature controllers are designed to suit a huge range of applications in a variety of industries.




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