Tuesday, May 28, 2019

Watlow F4T Process Controller

The F4T High End Watlow Process Controller from Anderson-Bolds

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Watlow F4T Process Contoller

The Watlow F4T with INTUITION temperature & process controller offers a wide range of field removable I/O modules for maximum design flexibility. Configurations can be custom tailored to meet the scaling needs of a tremendous range of equipment and applications while providing exactly the hardware types required for compatibility. The F4T controller also features a 4.3 inch, color, graphical touch panel. Combining power, flexibility and functionality, this new controller offers unmatched versatility, and its best-in-class ease of use could very well make user manuals a thing of the past.
The F4T's batch processing feature can help with regulatory compliance, achieving data integrity in the plant, reducing warranty exposure, and even avoiding a potential recall scenario without significantly raising production costs. Download the specification sheet below to learn more.

Features and Benefits
4.3-inch, color touch panel with high-resolution, graphical
Shortens learning curve and reduces operator errors
Allows channels, profiles, alarms, inputs and outputs to be
personalized with user defined names
Temperature PID, data logger, trend chart,
over/under-temperature limit, power switching,
math, logic, timers and counters combined into an
integrated system
Lowers ownership costs
Eliminates the need for separate discrete components
Reduces complexity
Simplifies design, ordering and installation
Saves money
Robust algorithms for temperature, cascade, altitude,
humidity and compressor
Improves process control
Offers one to four channels of control
Provides multiple PID sets
Enables TRU-TUNE(R)+ adaptive control algorithm
Offers 40 ramp and soak profiles with real-time clock and

battery backup

COMPOSER® graphical configuration PC software
Speeds up and simplifies commissioning
Archives and documents controller setup

Connects with controller easily via Ethernet

Batch processing with bar code data entry
Easily collects and manages data records
Inputs information from bar code scan for fast and easy
data entry
Offers foolproof processing via smart profile to part linkage
Provides data security through password and data log
encrypted file options
Improves manufacturing robustness via reminder screens
ensuring all data is entered during processing
Helps ensure compliance with growing regulations and
minimizes warranty exposure
Eliminates part processing skips or walk arounds due to
improved quality control
Produces formatted data record report for easy receipt or

record management uses

Many communications options available including Ethernet
Modbus® TCP and SCPI and EIA-232/485 Modbus® RTU
Offers two USB host ports and one device port
Simplifies file transfers
Connects easily
Modular design
Adapts quickly to evolving requirements
Offers numerous types of field pluggable modules for
maximum flexibility and easiest compatibility
Features scalable and modular firmware functions
Delivers scalable input/output quantities from 1 to 36
Agency certifications include UL®, FM, CE, RoHS, W.E.E.E.,
Ensures high quality and reliability
Verifies performance in installations worldwide
SERIES F4S/F4D/F4P backward compatible
Provides easy retrofit with minimum pain and disruption
Ensures proper fit in existing SERIES F4 panel cutout
Off-the-shelf solution
Provides cost-effective “make versus buy”
Offers preconfigured touch-panel screens

Assures quicker time to market

Common Specifications
Line Voltage/Power
• Data retention upon power failure via nonvolatile memory
Functional Operating Range
• Type J: -346 to 2192ÅãF (-210 to 1200ÅãC)
• Type K: -454 to 2500ÅãF (-270 to 1371ÅãC)
• Type T: -454 to 750ÅãF (-270 to 400ÅãC)
• Type E: -454 to 1832ÅãF (-270 to 1000ÅãC)
• Type N: -454 to 2372ÅãF (-270 to 1300ÅãC)
• Type C: 32 to 4200ÅãF (0 to 2315ÅãC)
• Type D: 32 to 4200ÅãF (0 to 2315ÅãC)
• Type F: 32 to 2449ÅãF (0 to 1343ÅãC)
• Type R: -58 to 3214ÅãF (-50 to 1767ÅãC)
• Type S: -58 to 3214ÅãF (-50 to 1767ÅãC)
• Type B: 32 to 3300ÅãF (0 to 1816ÅãC)
• RTD (DIN): -328 to 1472ÅãF (-200 to 800ÅãC)
• Process: -1999 to 9999 units
Calibration Accuracy
• Calibration accuracy and sensor conformity: Å}0.1% of
span, Å}1ÅãC at the calibrated ambient temperature and
rated line voltage
• Types R, S, B: Å}0.2%
• Type T below -50ÅãC: Å}0.2%
• Calibration ambient temperature at 77ÅãF Å}5ÅãF (25ÅãC Å}3ÅãC)
• Accuracy span: 1000ÅãF (540ÅãC) min.
• Temperature stability: Typical Å}0.1ÅãF/ÅãF (Å}0.1ÅãC/ÅãC) rise in
ambient max.
Configuration Diagnostics
• Indicates if modules present match the expected
configuration settings
USB Host Port
• Total of 2 available
• Version: USB 2.0 hi-speed
• Connector: USB Type A, high-retention
• Flash drive must be FAT32 file system
• Max. current 0.5A/port
System Configuration Requirements
• F4T has 6 slots for flex modules (FM)
• EIA-232/485 Modbus(R) RTU flex module, if used, must occupy
slot 6 location
• A maximum of two 10A SSR FM modules can be used in the F4T
and each will require space for 2 slots. Valid in slots 1, 2, 4 or 5
Wiring Termination—Touch-Safe Terminals
• Right-angle and front-screw terminal blocks for input, output
and power supply connections
• Input, output and power terminals: touch safe, removable,

12 to 30 AWG

F4T Base Specifications
Line Voltage/Power
• High voltage option: 100 to 240VAC +10/-15%, 50/60Hz Å}5%
• Low voltage option: 24 to 28VAC/VDC+10/-15%, 50/60Hz Å}5%
• Power consumption: 23 W, 54VA
• NEMA 4X/IP65 front panel mount configuration only
• Operating temperature: 0 to 122ÅãF (-18 to 50ÅãC)
• Storage temperature: -40 to 185ÅãF (-40 to 85ÅãC)
• Relative humidity: 0 to 90%, non-condensing
Agency Approvals
• UL(R)/EN 61010 Listed, File E185611 QUYX
• UL(R) 508 Reviewed
• CSA CC.C#14, File 158031
• FM Class 3545 (configurations with limit modules)
• AMS 2750 E compliant: Analog input process values. Tip: Maximize
field calibration accuracy and uniformity by using advanced F4T
features such as Calibration Offset and Linearization Function
Blocks. Refer to user manual for details.
• RoHS by design, China RoHS Level 2, W.E.E.E.
• CE
• Windows(R) Hardware Certification
User Interface
• 4.3 inch TFT PCAP color graphic touch screen
• LED backlife >50K hours
• 4 keys: Home, Main Menu, Back, Help
• Multiple languages
• English, German, French, Italian, Spanish, Japanese, Korean
and Chinese
• USB wired or wireless mouse functionality
• Right click for 4 keys: Home, Main Menu, Back, Help
Control Loops
• 1 to 4 PID or ON-OFF control loops
• 0 to 6 Limit loops
• User-selectable action: heat, cool or heat/cool
• Auto-tune with TRU-TUNE+ adaptive control
Control Loops and Over-temperature Limits
• Input sampling: 10Hz
• Output update: 10Hz
• Ethernet Modbus(R) TCP
• Isolated communications
Profile Ramp and Soak Option
• Profile engine affects 1 to 4 loops in sync
• 40 profiles with 50 steps per profile
Data Logging
• User selectable parameters: Up to a maximum of 128 active
parameters depending on configuration
• Logging interval: Programmable increments between 0.1 seconds
and 60 minutes if logging to internal memory. Logging directly to
USB; 1.0 seconds to 60 minutes
• File types: .CSV for standard data logging or proprietary format for
encrypted data log option
• Storage: 80MB internal memory or to USB memory stick
• File transfer: Internal memory to USB host port or to Ethernet
Modbus(R) TCP
• Transfer options: On demand by user or user programmable based
on when a new data log file record is available. Utilizes TFTP and
Samba protocols
• Record: Date and time stamped

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Watlow Process Controller F4T with Ramp Soak, Batches, 1-4 loops and communications.

Tuesday, May 21, 2019

Bosch Green Therm Heaters

Bosch Thermotechnology GreenTherm Tankless Water Heaters


An ideal solution for energy efficient hot water

Greentherm and Therm gas tankless water heaters include high efficiency gas condensing and non-condensing tankless water heaters with more compact models and greater installation versatility to satisfy every residential and commercial application.

The Greentherm 9000 offers an efficiency rating of UEF up to 0.96 and innovative features for easy installation, operation and simple maintenance. You will enjoy an industry-leading 15-year warranty on the heat exchanger and a full 5-year limited warranty on parts.

Replacing a tank?

The Greentherm 9000 series indoor models were specifically designed with top connection for water, integrated drain ports so isolation valves are not needed, and a unique integrated sensor technology that auto-calibrates, making the switch to tankless water heating quick and easy.

Choose from seven models to ensure a configuration for any need from small home or condo to large commercial applications. Each model includes a conversion kit from natural gas (NG) to liquid propane(LPG), and flexible venting options to keep installation simple.
* Named CES 2017 Innovation Award Honoree. The prestigious CES Innovation Awards are sponsored by the Consumer Technology Association™. CES Innovation Awards celebrate outstanding product design and engineering in brand-new consumer technology products

The Greentherm 9000 removes the barriers to upgrading to an energy efficient tankless water heater with innovative top connections for water, unsurpassed efficiency and cutting-edge technology for reliability and long-life.

Beautiful, hardworking

All Greentherm 9000 Series models feature sleek, rounded corners on the metal cabinet, making these water heaters as beautiful as they are energy-efficient. The premium Greentherm 9900i SE model has a unique, stylish glass front and integrated Wi-Fi control (available as options on other models) enabling the homeowner to control the water heater remotely with the free mobile app.

Features and Benefits

  • Top mounted water connections lowers labor & parts requirements
  • Easy conversion from existing tank water heater
  • High-resolution, built-in touch screen for intuitive appliance control
  • Built-in recirculation pump that minimizes water waste waiting for hot water at the faucet
  • Automatic OptiFlow combustion management system minimizes installation setup time and maximizes product performance
  • Dedicated indoor and outdoor mounted units available – no outdoor vent kit required
  • Built-in freeze protection on all models, ideal for colder climates

Bosch Greentherm T9800 SE 199, 199,000 BTUs Tankless Water Heater, 9000 Series, 99% EF, LP or NG

Bosch Greentherm T9900 SE 160, 160,000 BTU Tankless Water Heater, 9000 Series, 99% EF, NG or LP, with Recirculating Pump

Bosch Greentherm T9800 SE 160, 160,000 BTUs Tankless Water Heater, 9000 Series, 99% EF, Ng or LP

Bosch Greentherm T9900 SE 199, 199,000 BTU Tankless Water Heater, 9000 Series, 99% EF, NG or LP, with Recirculating Pump

Bosch Greentherm T9900i SE 199, 199,000 BTU Tankless Heater, 9000 Series, 99% EF, NG or LP, with Recirculating Pump

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Monday, April 29, 2019

ATC Diversified Multifunction Meter VCFP96M

Anderson-Bolds sells the Diversified Electronics Electric Meter for Industry

Diversified Electronics Industrial Controls - Go Orange

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Diversified Electronics, Orange Controls for automation.

The VCFP96M is a complete single phase and three phase digital metering system suitable for low, medium and high voltage control panels, gensets, load banks, building management systems and power management systems. The VCFP96M can be used on single phase, three phase three wire as well as three phase four wire balanced or unbalanced systems. The six easy to access front control keys are used for scrolling up or down through the parameters being measured and displayed such as voltage, current, power factor, power (active, reactive, apparent), energy and frequency. Output specifications include pulse output and RS485 Modbus RTU communication protocol compatible with PC, PLC, RTU, data loggers and SCADA programs. The VCFP96M is available in a 96 x 96 mm panel mount housing (front panel IP65) with red led display for easy viewing in a variety of conditions.



ATC Diversified VCFP96M UL Listed Meter

Input Specifications

Electrical Connection
3Ø - 3 wire, 3Ø - 4 wire, 2Ø - 3 wire, 1Ø - 2 wire
Input Voltage Range
11 to 300V AC, (Phase to Neutral) 19 to 519V AC (Phase to Phase)
Input Current Range
Nominal 5A AC (Min-11mA, Max-6A)
45 to 65Hz
Display Scrolling 
Automatic / Manual (Programmable) 
Power Consumption
8VA Max
Display Reset 
Programmable (For energy)
For energy :0.01k, 0.1k, 1k, 0.01m, 0.1m, 1m (depending upon CT ratio x PT ratio)For Power, Voltage, Current : Auto resolutionFor Power factor : 0.001
Voltage (L-N / L-L) : ±0.5% of F.S. Power Factor ±0.01 Current ±0.5% F.S.Frequency : ±0.1% For L-N Voltage >20VFor L-L Voltage >35VPower (Active, Reactive, Apparent) : 1%Energy (Active, Reactive, Apparent) : Class 1
Memory Retention
10 years (For energy) 
Measuring Parameters

Voltage (L-L / L-N) (Individual / Average), Current (I1, I2, I3) (Individual / Average),Frequency, Power Factor (Individual /Total), Active, Reactive & Apparent power (Individual / Total),Active, Reactive & Apparent Energy (Total), Demand (Min / Max Active Power, Min/Max Reactive Power, Max Apparent Power), %THD up to 31st Level Max Demand Current, Neutral Current, Phase Sequence Detection

Output Specifications

Pulse Output
Voltage Range : External 24V DC maxCurrent Capacity : 100mA maxPulse Width : 100 ms ± 5 ms
CommunicationInterface and Protocol
Communication Address
1 to 255
Transmission Mode
Half duplex
Transmission Distance
500 meter maximum
Transmission Speed
300, 600, 1200, 2400, 4800, 9600, 19200 (in bps)
None, Odd, Even 
Stop Bits
1 or 2
Response Time
100 ms (max and independent of baud rate)

• 3Ø True RMS (Voltage, Current)
• 3Ø Power (Active, Reactive, Apparent), Energy (Active, Reactive, Apparent)
• Programmable CT/PT Primary/Secondary
• CT Polarity Error Detection
• Variable Pulse width Selection
• Single Phase Network with Phase Selection
• Modbus RTU Communication (RS485)
• Neutral Current Measurement
• THD Up to 31st Level.
• Single Pulse Output / Demand Phase Sequence Detection


ESD Immunity
IEC 61000-4-2
 Level IV (Air discharge : 15kV),(Contact Discharge : -8kV
Surge Immunity
IEC 61000-4-5
+/- 2kV common mode, (Line to ground)+/- 1kV differential mode, (Line to Line)
Radiated Susceptibility
IEC 61000-4-3
Level III, 80 to 1000MHz (10V/m)Level II, 1.4GHz to 2GHz (3V/m)Level I, 2GHz to 2.7GHz (1V/m)
Conducted Susceptibility
IEC 61000-4-6
Level II (3V/m)
Voltage Dips and Interruptions
IEC 61000-4-11
Dips : 0% residual voltage / 1 cycle (Criteria B), 40% residual voltage / 10 cycles 50Hz / 12 cycles 60Hz (Criteria C)70% residual voltage / 25 cycles50Hz / 30 cycles 60Hz (Criteria C)Interruptions : 0% residual voltage /250 cycles 50Hz / 300 cycles 60Hz(Criteria C)
Conducted Emission
Radiated Emission
Electrical Fast Transient
IEC 61000-4-4
Level III (2kV)


ATC / Diversified is a manufacturer of Industrial Automation Controls including Timers, Counters, Voltage Monitors, Current Monitors, Voltage Power Alerts, Time Delay Relays, Temperature Controls, Duplexors, Alternating Relays and Motor Protection.

Sunday, March 31, 2019

Maximize Electric Heater Performance

Ten Tips to Maximize Heater Performance

Electric Heating elements are very durable and can last a png time with some preventative care for the elements. In the industrial world some heaters are put ito abusive environments so using some of these tis could add life to your electrical heating elements and heaters. 

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Many plant engineers do not give much thought to the heaters operating within their processes and applications - unless those heaters fail, require significant maintenance or cause other problems. Unfortunately, heaters play an integral role in many applications. Therefore, heater problems can easily snowball and lead to much larger headaches.

Following a few simple guidelines will not only reduce the likelihood of heater-related issues, but can actually have a significant positive impact on the efficiency of systems and reduce maintenance requirements and costs. Below are 10 ways to maximize a heater's service life and performance.

Tip 1: Guard against heater contamination

Contamination is the most frequent cause of heater failure (see images). As heaters expand and contract during cycling, they often draw in organic or conductive materials. This can lead to an arcing failure between individual heater windings or between heater windings and the electrically grounded outer heater sheath. When allowed to collect at the lead end of a heater, contaminants can also cause electrical shorts between power pins or terminals. Therefore, it is important to keep lubricants, oils, low-temperature tapes or processing materials out of contact with the lead end of the heater. Employing seals will help.

Tip 2: Protect leads and terminations from high temperatures and excessive movement

Standard fiberglass-insulated lead wire may be used in applications with ambient temperatures up to approximately 260°C (500°F). If a lead is exposed to higher temperatures, high-temperature lead wire or ceramic bead insulation should be used. An unheated section of the heater, extending away from the heated region of the system, enables the leads to run at a beneficially cooler temperature.
When heaters are mounted in moving machinery, it is essential to anchor the leads to prevent them from being damaged. A lead protection option should be specified and used for optimum protection against lead damage.

Tip 3: Heater selection and sizing are important

A heater's wattage should be matched as closely as possible to the application's actual load requirements to limit ON/OFF cycling (see tip 6). For fitted-part applications, specify the hole or an alternative application feature size to ensure an optimal fit between the heater and application feature. A tight fit minimizes air gaps and reduces the instances of hot spotting.

Tip 4: Ground the equipment

It is common sense and safe practice to electrically ground all equipment on which the heater is used. Grounding equipment helps protects plant and personnel in the event of an electrical failure in the heating system.

Tip 5: Regulating voltage ensures the rated heater voltage matches voltage supply

It is essential to ensure a heater's rated voltage matches the available voltage supply because wattage increases (or decreases) at the square of the change in voltage applied to a heater. For example, if a heater is rated for 120V/1000W and is connected to a 240V supply, it will generate four times the rated wattage output or 4000W. This will cause a heater to fail relatively quickly and can also cause significant damage the attached equipment.

Tip 6: Prevent excessive heater cycling

Excessive temperature cycling is very detrimental to the life of a heater. The most detrimental is the cycle rate that allows full expansion and contraction of the heater resistance wire at a high rate (30 to 60 seconds' power ON and power OFF). This causes severe stress and oxidation of the resistance wires inside a heater. A bad temperature cycle is typically found when thermostats are used. Thermostats respond slowly to temperature changes and have large switch ON/OFF temperature differentials. An improvement, but a somewhat more expensive solution, is to use ON/OFF or PID controllers with mechanical relays. It is crucial to not switch the frequency or cycle time too rapidly (somewhere between 3 to 10 seconds), because the relay contacts can wear out quickly.
The most effective way to minimize heater element temperature cycling, and the most expensive solution, is to use solid state relays (SSRs) and SCR power controllers coupled to PID temperature controllers. This combination provides the best performance for both your thermal system as well as for the heater itself. Solid state switching devices cycle power to the heater very rapidly (from one second with a SSR, down to milliseconds with phase-angle fired SCRs). This fast-power cycling dramatically reduces heater element wire temperature excursions and substantially extends heater life.

Tip 7: Ensure that the sheath material and watt density ratings are compatible with the material being heated

This is absolutely critical to ensure long heater life and healthy processing equipment. When heating solids, such as metals, the operating temperature and heater-to-part fit drive sheath material and watt density choices. Carbon steels, aluminum, silicone rubber sheath materials are fine for lower temperatures (a few hundred degrees). However, as temperatures increase beyond this point, sheath material choices become limited to galvanized or stainless steels and other higher temperature metal alloys. As temperature also increases, the watt density must decrease accordingly to prevent internal resistance wires from oxidizing quickly and failing prematurely. A good heater-to-part fit ensures proper heat transfer and does not force the resistance wires to overheat.

When heating gases, the operating temperature and flow rates dictate what sheath material and watt density can be used. For example, you can run higher watt densities when heating hydrogen versus nitrogen, but hydrogen requires Alloy 800 sheaths, whereas 304 Stainless Steel will work for many nitrogen applications.
Increasing flow and turbulence across the heater elements means better heat transfer, which raises watt density values. For liquid heating, the prime driver for materials and watt density selection is the fluid material and flow rate. Water can easily handle 42.52 to 70.87W/cm2 (60 to 100W/in2) using a copper sheath, whereas a 50/50-water/glycol mix can only handle 21.26 W/cm2 (30 W/in2) and must use a steel sheath.

Tip 8: Mount immersion tank heaters horizontally near the tank bottom

Heaters should be placed horizontally and near tank bottoms to maximize convective circulation. Vertical mounting is only advisable when limitations, such as space restrictions, prohibit horizontal placement. Regardless of whether a heater is mounted horizontally or vertically, it is essential to place it high enough to avoid any sludge and debris buildup in the bottom of the tank. Likewise, for both mounting methods, the entire heated length of the heater must be immersed at all times - one reason vertical mounting is rarely recommended. It is also important to avoid placing heaters in restricted spaces that limit convective flow and/or where free boiling or steam traps can occur.

Tip 9: Prevent build-up and sludge on the heater elements

Scale, coking and sludge build-up on heater sheaths must be minimized. Any accumulation should be periodically removed or at least minimized, to avoid inhibiting heat transfer to the liquid. Periodic cleaning prevents heater elements being forced to operate at higher temperatures, which can lead to early heater failure. Extreme care should also be taken to avoid getting silicone lubricant on the heated section of a heater. Silicone will prevent the "wetting" of the sheath by the liquid, act as an insulator, and possibly cause the heater to fail.

Tip 10: Ensure proper, tight temperature control and safety limit protection

Matching the appropriate temperature control system to the heater is imperative to strong heater performance and life. Each process application should, at the very least, include a process temperature sensor (to sense the material being heated) and a limit sensor (to sense the heater sheath temperature). The process sensor should be directly immersed into the material to be heated, or snugly inserted into a thermowell inside the fluid itself. For safety reasons, two separate control systems should be used - one for process temperature control and one for high limit control. PID type process temperature controllers offer more stable control and faster response than ON/OFF switching controls or thermostats. The trade off is that PID control is often more expensive than ON/OFF types and not always necessary for applications that do not require highly accurate temperature control.

Watlow Heaters and Controls - Process Technology - Chromalox - Process Heat

Saturday, March 30, 2019

Watlow Aspyre Power Controls

ASPYRE from Watlow and Anderson-Bolds

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ASPYRE® provides increased thermal performance

 The ASPYRE® family of smart power controllers monitors voltage in real time compared to other systems that simply monitor temperature. That means when a single heater or loop fails in a system, the ASPYRE will know it and automatically adjust power to keep the temperature constant as well as diagnose the problem and alert operators for maintenance.

To illustrate the difference between open and power feedback, we will compare two very similar systems.
                  Two 750-watt cartridge heaters
                  A 50-watt light bulb
                  120 VAC
                  F4T temperature controller - 250 degrees Fahrenheit setpoint - Thermocouple Type J input - PID    P=35, I=215, D=35 - Data log interval at 5 seconds
                  ASPYRE DT power controller

One system will use open feedback and the other will use power feedback. The difference is evident when each system loses one of two heaters

One system will use open feedback and the other will use power feedback. The difference is evident when each system loses one of two heaters.

In this traditional closed-loop system, the heaters are controlled with a simple on-off command. The power controllers are programmed to blindly turn on-off when given this command signal from the temperature controller using only temperature monitoring. When a single loop or heater fails, the temperature must drop multiple degrees for the problem to be detected by the sensors. Then the still functioning heater must operate longer to compensate for the failure before hitting the set point. There is often a time lag in both the temperature drop, and for the correction to take place. This lag time of both detection and recovery keeps the system out of the desired parameter for a painful period of time. Also, standard controllers will not diagnose the issue and alert operators.
This system acts more reactively. And if temperature precision is key for the thermal application, it cannot be reliably met. The system only reacts to a temperature disturbance, and by then it can be too late. The graph below shows the variance in temperature and how long it drops out of the parameters for the application as the system reacts to the heater outage.

In a closed-loop system with an ASPYRE smart power controller, the system can be setup up similarly with a set point temperature. However, the power controller does not rely solely on temperature sensors to maintain thermal performance, it uses closed-loop power feedback in the system. That means when a loop or individual heater goes down, the ASPYRE knows immediately and can adjust the energy being delivered to the remaining heater to maintain a constant temperature the entire time. Fine-tuned precision is achievable consistently and reliably.

The ASPYRE is a proactive controller that recognizes issues as they happen and automatically adjusts to compensate. Plus, the ASPYRE’s diagnostics capability ensures that malfunctioning components in the system are immediately identified for service. The graph below demonstrates how ASPYRE maintains a nearly constant temperature even with a load malfunction.

The ASPYRE family of power controllers is a game changer. It monitors power in a thermal system real time, provides proactive thermal control while also assisting with troubleshooting by intelligently providing diagnostics to aid with maintaining production quality, ideal system performance and reducing costly downtime. By not relying solely on temperature change, ASPYRE provides unmatched thermal precision.

The ASPYRE family of power controllers is a game changer. It monitors power in a thermal system real time, provides proactive thermal control while also assisting with troubleshooting by intelligently providing diagnostics to aid with maintaining production quality, ideal system performance and reducing costly downtime. By not relying solely on temperature change, ASPYRE provides unmatched thermal precision.