Setpoint Controller

Sept. 27, 2007
The SPC-701 and SPC-704 setpoint controllers provide independently adjustable setpoints for any sensor or device that produces a 0-to- 20-mA, 4-to-20-mA, 0-to-10-V, or 2- to-10-V analog output.

Each setpoint has a signal averaging adjustment that helps prevent false detects on sudden input changes and also controls its own Form C relay output. The SPC-701 holds one setpoint control. The SPC-704 contains four setpoints and a 24-Vdc power supply at 150 mA for sensor excitation. The units are DIN-rail mountable.

Migatron Corp., 935 Dieckman St., Woodstock, IL 60098, (815) 338-5800, migatron.com

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