Temperature Controllers

Temperature Controllers2020-02-19T06:33:35+00:00

Temperature ControllersTemperature controller is a measurement device used on temperature control. Thermocouple-type and resistor-type temperature controllers measure temperature electronically, obtaining the temperature change from the sensor and sending the measured data to the electronic processor. The output device will then control the temperature variation within a specific range.

Delta’s DT series temperature controller has fast output response, accurate PID parameter auto-tuning, support Modbus communication protocol and is built-in with various output types, allowing different systems to reach a stable control status very quickly. Besides, all series are complied with international installation dimension and CE, UL international safety approvals.

What is the temperature controller?2020-03-24T08:12:28+00:00

The temperature controller is a measurement device used on temperature control. Thermocouple-type and resistor-type temperature controllers measure temperature electronically, obtaining the temperature change from the sensor and sending the measured data to the electronic processor. The output device will then control the temperature variation within a specific range.

Which sensor is used to measure temperature?2020-03-24T08:08:51+00:00

Commonly, the use of temperature sensors is to measure temperature in circuits, which control a variety of equipment.

There various kinds of temperature sensors used to include resistance temperature detectors (RTDs), thermocouples, thermistors, infrared sensors, and semiconductor sensors. Every sensor uses particular operating parameters. These sensors have multiple varieties, but a standard procedure to measure temperature by sensing a change in the physical characteristic.

How does a temperature controller work?2020-03-24T08:06:52+00:00

The temperature controller takes an input from a temperature sensor and has an output that is connected to a control element such as a heater or fan. It takes a measurement and compares it with desired value, and in case there is an error (deviation), it decided how much cooling or heating is required to bring the temperature back to normal.

To accurately control process temperature without extensive operator involvement, a temperature control system relies upon a controller, which accepts a temperature sensor such as a thermocouple or RTD as input.

How does an On Off Temperature Controller Work?2020-03-24T08:03:55+00:00

An on-off temperature controller, also called a signaller or “bang-bang” controller, has a set a value, and as the process value increases, it brings it below to the desired temperature setpoint. As the process temperature rises above the setpoint, the output is changed to make it fall.

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