Solid-State Temperature Controllers

May 11, 2006
Series 120 solid-state temperature controllers are for hot-melt dispensers, cooking appliances, packaging, foodprocessing equipment, and other applications.

Units feature 115 to 230-Vac selectable input, on-off control mode, and work with NTC thermistors, PRTD, or TC sensors. Accuracy is ±1°F in 32 to 158°F environments. The controllers are UL/CUL recognized and some additionally have the CE mark for European applications. A variety of control options, mounts, and sensors are available.

Zytron Control Products Inc., 20 Lexington Ave., Trenton, NJ 08618, (609) 771-0101, zytron.com

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