5C7-582 & 5R7-583

Model 5C7-582
$451.00

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Summary Overview
5C7-582 Detailed Specifications
5C7-583 Client Detailed Specifications
Technical Discussion
Implementation Notes & Software
Customization for OEM Applications
Pricing
Overview
Model 5C7-582 Server or Standalone Temperature Controller
Power: 1000W max alone. 9-36vDC. 0.12-28A
Temperature Resolution: 0.01°C
Temperature Range: -50°C to 300°C depending on sensor
Control Type: Bipolar Proportional or On/Off
Communications: RS232 and command set
Setup: Comes with PC/Windows based Setup Software
Model 5C7-583 Client Temperature Controller (connect one or more to 5C7-582)
Power: 680W max. 12-28vDC. 0.1-25A
Temperature Resolution: 0.05°C Internal, 0.1° display
Temperature Range: -50°C to 300°C depending on sensor
Control Type: Proportional or On/Off
Communications: RS-485 from 5C7-582
Setup: Use 5C7-582 Setup Software

Output is DC Voltage Compatible with Thermoelectric Modules (Peltier) Proportional, Integral and Derivative (PID) Controller ON/OFF Control Option Works with a Thermistor Sensor Works with an RTD Sensor PC Compatible

5C7-582 Server/Client Configuration

The Model 5C7-582 or Model 5C7-583 temperature controllers provide automatic biphase heating and cooling control for Thermoelectric (Peltier effect, or TEC) modules.

The two special features of this controller are that the output power can be more than 900W and that the sensor can be a thermistor or an RTD. If you can use 900W or less, and do not require compatibility with an RTD, please consider using the Model 5R7-001.

The Model 5C7-582 controller has two sensor inputs. The second sensor input can be used for a sensor or optionally be used for remote set point adjustment using ma or a voltage or a potentiometer based dial.

The Model 5C7-583 Client controller has a sensor input that is used as an alarm sensor that can shut off the output power of the 5C7-583 if the sensed temperature is out of range. The Setup software of the 5C7-582 Server allows you to set the High and Low alarm values for the 5C7-583 Client.

If the cooling or heating function is switched off using the Setup program, these controllers are compatible with  resistive heaters, fans, and many other DC voltage devices that proportionately alter operation based on the amount of power supplied. Adding a diode to the output allows the controller to power a Thermoelectric module in conjunction with a resistive heater (for additional heating power), or other DC driven device. Peltier modules use only the proportional control, but On/Off control can be used instead of proportional for solenoids, relays, heaters, etc.

The user friendly Setup program requires no prior programming experience to establish operation. A command set is provided for qualified personnel to program a software interface or use as an embedded control. The software, its C++ code, and command set documentation are on the accompanying CD. For examples of using this type of command set see our library page, Communications Protocol.

Optional 5C7-584 DisplayA display is available as a PCB and cable (shown right). The Model 5C7-584 front panel display allows you to see the actual temperature or set the Set Point using 0.1 degrees resolution.

The Model 5C7-582 can be used by itself for up to 1kW of output power. It can also be used as a "server" that connects to as many as 32 of the 5C7-583 Client controllers. As a group these can work together to controller many kilowatts of output power.

The "H" bridge configuration of the solid state MOSFET output devices allows for the bi-directional flow of current through the thermoelectric modules. Highly efficient N-channel output devices are used for this control mode.

A Pulse Width Modulated controller, or PWM controller, is a type of switched-mode controller. Our PWM controllers use square waves of varying widths and at a high frequency to provide power to the "load" (heater/cooler). Low power dissipation and precision control of the load make this type of temperature controller perferrable to analog controllers.

With peltier modules it is necessary to have a smooth transition between heat and cool modes, especially when controlling the temperature of laser diodes or telecom components. Our controllers provide a smooth transition from one mode to the other.

Compensation can be made for the difference in the efficiency of a peltier module's heat and cool modes.

Once the desired set parameters are established, the PC may be disconnected and the controller becomes a unique, stand alone controller. All parameter settings are retained in non-volatile memory.

Mechanically, the controller's printed circuit board is mounted to a metal bracket that is suitable for either horizontal or vertical orientation. Input and output connections are accessible via eurostyle screw type terminal strips, fast-on terminals, and a 0.100 center connector. ( Photo Showing Hookup)

RS232 Communications The Model 5C7-582 is PC programmable via an  "RS232 communications interface". One RS232 COM port on your computer will configure and monitor one controller. The easily accessible communications link permits a variety of operational mode configurations.
The Model 5C7-583 Client uses RS485 to communicate with the Model 5C7-582. Using RS485, the 5C7-582 can act as a "server" for one or more 5C7-583 "client" controllers. The "RS485 communications interface" has 1500 VAC isolation from all other electronic circuitry minimizing interference from noise or errant signals caused by common ground loops.

All sensors are thermistors and all of our thermistors are Fenwall Curve 16, but we can customize for other R-T curves (Resistance vs Temperature). For a list of the various sensors used with this controller, and their corresponding temperature ranges, see the summary of the features in the next section.

 
5C7-582 Specifications
Load | Temperature | Controller | Mechanical | Software | Options & Accessories | 5C7-583
5C7-582 LOAD SPECIFICATIONS [up] 
Load Type
Proportional control mode can be used for a peltier module (Compatible with Thermoelectric Modules (Peltier), TE module, Thermoelectirc module), or resistive heater (such as a thin film resistive heater, kapton heater, nichrome wire, etc.). On/Off mode can be used for a suitable relay, solenoid, heater, or fan, etc. You can also control both a peltier module and heater at the same time for additional heating power by adding a diode to the output.
Load Power Limits
Output is DC Voltage 1000 Watts Max: 9-36v DC at 0.12 to 28 Amperes. If 15A or more, it is recommended you add a heatsink to the mounting bracket as the bracket acts as a heatsink for the solid state power relays. Ask about ordering the controller with a heatsink. Note for Server/Client Configuration: 5C7-583 Client is only 12-28v and 0.1-25A. See separate 5C7-583 specs below.
Load Power Type
Capable of handling PWM or On/Off control. For proportional control, the controller's output is a Pulse Width Modulated (PWM) DC voltage. The voltage remains the same but the pulse width is varied. This modulates the amount of overall power provided to the load. This works with peltier modules and resistive heaters. If you are using On/Off control there is no PWM, and this is suitable for relays and solenoids, etc.
5C7-582 TEMPERATURE SPECIFICATIONS [up]
Temperature Range
-50°C to 300°C. Actual range depends on the sensor.
MODEL 5C7-582 ALONE OR AS SERVER
Range
Works with a Thermistor Sensor Thermistor
Ohms@25°C
-40°C to 70°C TR141 Series 5000
-40°C to 150°C TR91 Series 10000
-20°C to 100°C TR67 or TR136 Series 15000
0°C to 150°C TR104 Series 50000
100°C to 200°C TR165 Series 231438
MODEL 5C7-582 ALONE
Range Works with an RTD Sensor 2-Wire RTD
Ohms@25°C
-50°C to 300°C Pt100 (100 Ohm PRTD) w/385 Curve
100
-50°C to 300°C Pt1000 (1000 Ohm PRTD) w/385 Curve 1000
Temperature Units °C OR °F. Celsius or Fahrenheit.
Readability/Settability
0.01° using the Setup program or custom software. (Optional front panel display has 0.1° displayability)
Temperature Calibration Single-point calibration is possible using a temperature offset for the sensed temperature. The offset value also helps adjust for temperature gradients of the thermal system.
Internal Temperature Resolution 0.01°C. The controller measures the sensed temperature changes in increments of 0.01°C. For every change of 0.01°C the controller determines if the output power level should be changed. Note for Server/Client Configuration: 5C7-583 Client is only 0.05°C . See separate 5C7-583 specs below.
End Point Temperature Stability
Not a specification. See Implementation notes below.
 
5C7-582 CONTROLLER SPECIFICATIONS [up]
Power Input
Output is DC Voltage 9 to 36v DC. This powers the controller logic and is also passed through to the load. Note for Server/Client Configuration: 5C7-583 Client is only 12-28v. See separate specs below.
Power Input Indicator
Green LED blinks to indicate that the controller has power. ( Photo)
Power Output
Output is DC Voltage 9 to 36v DC, 0.12 to 28A, 1000W maximum. If 15A or more, it is recommended you add a heatsink to the mounting bracket as the bracket acts as a heatsink for the solid state power relays. Ask about ordering the controller with a heatsink. Note for Server/Client Configuration: 5C7-583 Client is only 0.1-25A. See separate 5C7-583 specs below.
Power Output Resolution
0.19%. There are over 500 power levels for cooling and over 500 power levels for heating.
Power Output Polarity
Bipolar or unipolar. Bipolar means that the controller automatically switches between heating and cooling modes as required by the thermal system. Unipolar, aka single-phase, aka unidirectional, will only heat or only cool. (Bipolar is also known as biphase or bidirectional. Unipolar is also known as single-phase or unidirectional).
Power Output Bipolar Tuning
Heat side multiplier and cool side multiplier. Peltier modules tend be more efficient at heating than at cooling. The multipliers allow you to reduce the amount of power being supplied to heat, or to cool, and help to balance out the heating and cooling capability of the peltier module.
Power Output PWM Frequency
2.7KHz
Power Output Circuit Solid State H-Bridge that handles 0.12A to 28A at DC voltages ranging from 9v to 36v.
Control Type
Proportional control, or On/Off control, or User control. Proportional, Integral and Derivative (PID) Controller Use Proportional control for peltier modules (TEC). Proportional control uses a Proportional Bandwidth (P), Integral Gain (I), and Derivative Gain (D), and it can be tuned for P, PI, PD, or PID. ON/OFF Control Option On/Off control includes an adjustable deadband (hysteresis). Additionally, User control is available if used as a variac, in which case you set the output power level to a fixed value.
Control: Proportional Bandwidth
1.00°C to 20.00°C with the Set Point being in the middle of the band.
Control: Integral Gain
0.00 to 10.00 repeats per minute.
Control: Derivative Gain
0.00 to 10.00 cycles per minute.
Control: Deadband (Hysteresis)
1.00° to 50.00° with the Set Point being in the middle of the band.
Sensor and External Adjustment Inputs
2 sensors; or 1 sensor and an external set point adjust. Input1 is for the control and alarm sensor. Input2 can be used to monitor a second sensor, or use a 2nd sensor for Differential Control. Input 2 can instead be used to set the set point using an externally supplied 0-20ma, or 0-5v, or a potentiometer.
Communications
RS-232. Requires cable. Transmit, Receive and Shield/Ground wires are connected to the controller using the screw down edge connector. "RS232" can be connected directly to a COMM port of a PC. OEM Note: Custom built controllers can use RS-485, RS-232, I2C, USB, etc.
Memory
Non-volatile memory on board for operating parameters allows for stand-alone operation. You can configure the controller using your PC and the Setup program and then disconnect the controller from your PC. If you configure the controller with EEPROM write enabled, you settings are stored in the controller and on power up the controller will use those settings.
Set Point Adjustment
Adjustment via Software or Hardware.
  • Adjust Set Point Using Software 
    • Fixed - Set fixed value from the PC.
    • Differential - Use 2nd thermistor to implement differential temperature control.
  • Adjust Set Point Using Hardware 
    • Display - Use the optional front panel display.
    • Resistance - Set remotely using a potentiometer.
    • Current - Use a 4 to 20ma current loop (max:0-20ma).
    • Voltage - Use a 1 to 5v adjustable range (max: 0-5v).
Expansion Connector For external alarm cancel switch & 3 LED indicators - Standard configuration allows an external alarm cancel switch, and provides up to 25mA for 3 LEDs as an external indication of the Low/No/High alarm states. OEM Note: With appropriate additional circuitry you could use them to trigger relays for fans or other circuits, or to light LED's to indicate power on/off, etc. For an NRE we can customize the behavior of this connector. We can also reprogram it to allow I2C communications.
Alarm Types
4 PC configurable alarms:
  • No Alarms.
  • Set Tracking Alarms - Alarm High and Low values are relative to the Set Point temperature.
  • Fixed Value Alarms - Alarm High and Low values are fixed values.
  • Computer Controlled - Computer can trigger an alarm state.
Alarm Limits
PC configurable High and Low alarms, and an alarm deadband.
Alarm Latching
PC configurable alarm latching. Alarm state can automatically reset when the control temperature is between the High and Low alarm settings, or you can configure the controller so that the alarm state must be cleared manually.
Alarm Can Disable Output Power
PC configurable to disable output power in an alarm state, or leave outpower on.
Alarm Sensor
Input1 or Input2 as alarm sensor. PC configurable for alarms state to be triggered by either of the the two sensors (each controller is capable of supporting two sensors).
Alarm Status - External
External alarm indication and alarm cancel can be added via expansion connector. Connector supplies 5 Volts DC at 25 MA for High/No/Low alarm states. This allows you to drive LED lights to indicate the sate of the alarms visually.
Alarm Status - Software
Computer software can read the alarm state, and clear a latched alarm.
  1. Status: No Alarm.
  2. Status: High Temperature Alarm.
  3. Status: Low Temperature Alarm.
  4. Status: Computer Triggered Alarm.
  5. Status: Open Sensor Circuit at Input1.
  6. Status: Open Sensor Circuit at Input2.
Ambient Operating Temperature
Notes on Ambient Operating Temperature
5C7-582 MECHANICAL SPECIFICATIONS [up]
Dimensions
Inches: 6" long x 3.63" wide x 1.75" high.
Centimeters: 15.35 cm long x 9.23 cm wide x 4.45 cm high.
OEM Note: We can custom build to your form factor, or take the design to SMT.
Power Connectors 0.25" Quick Disconnect Terminals are on the controller board for power input and power output.
Sensor Connectors
Edge Connector (see below).
Remote Set Point Adust Connector
Edge Connector (see below).
External Alarm Connector
Expansion Connector (see below).
Edge Connectors
Euro-style detachable header with screw-down terminal for bare wires. These are used for connecting Input1 (the control sensor), Input2 (2nd sensor or remote set point adjustment). and comunications (3 wire). ( Photo)
Expansion Connector
Molex P/N 22-23-2081 is on the controller. It has 8 pins. ( Photo)
5C7-582 SOFTWARE [up]
Setup Program
PC Compatible A PC/Windows based console program for configuring the controller comes with the controller.
Source Code
The C source code for the Setup program is provided on the software media that accompanies the controller.
Custom Software
Command set is provided so programmers may create their own software interface for embedded controller applications. The controller's command set is provided on the software media that accompanies the controller. For more infomation, see our Library page about the Communications Protocol. Free 3rd party device drivers (ActiveX Automation Servers) for the controllers are available at Kajei.com.
5C7-582 OPTIONS & ACCESSORIES [up]
Heat Sink
Add H3 (short; 0.637"; ~1.62cm) or H2 (tall; 1.025"; ~2.6cm) to the end of the model number to order. It is recommended that you have a heat sink if your load requires 15A or more. The bracket is usually replaced by the heat sink. The heat sink is extruded aluminum with mounting flanges and has black anodizing. See the Implementation Notes below for more specific information.
Front Panel Display
A Model 5C7-584 front panel display is available as a PCB and cable (shown left). The display allows you to see the actual temperature or set the Set Point using 0.1° readability/settability.

 
 
5C7-583 Client Specifications
Temperature | Controller | Mechanical | Options & Accessories | 5C7-582
5C7-583 CLIENT TEMPERATURE SPECIFICATIONS [up]
Readability/Settability
0.1° using the Setup program or custom software.
Internal Temperature Resolution 0.05°C. The controller measures the sensed temperature changes in increments of 0.05°C. For every change of 0.05°C the controller determines if the output power level should be changed.
Temperature Range -40°C to 200°C. Actual range depends on the sensor.
MODEL 5C7-583 SENSORS
Range
Works with a Thermistor Sensor Thermistor
Ohms@25°C
-40°C to 70°C TR141 Series 5000
-40°C to 150°C TR91 Series 10000
-20°C to 100°C TR67 or TR136 Series
15000
0°C to 150°C TR104 Series 50000
100°C to 200°C TR165 Series 231438
5C7-583 CLIENT CONTROLLER SPECIFICATIONS [up]
Power Input
Output is DC Voltage 12 to 28v DC. This powers the controller logic and is also passed through to the load.
Power Input Indicator
Green LED blinks to indicate that the controller has power. ( Photo)
Power Output
Output is DC Voltage 12 to 28v DC, 0.1 to 25A. 680W maximum.
Power Output Resolution
0.19%. There are over 500 power levels for cooling and over 500 power levels for heating.
Power Output Polarity
Configured to be the same as the 5C7-582 Server.
Power Output Bipolar Tuning
Configured to be the same as the 5C7-582 Server.
Power Output PWM Frequency
2.7KHz
Power Output Circuit Solid State H-Bridge that handles 0.1A to 25A at DC voltages ranging from 12v to 28v.
Control Type
Configured to be the same as the 5C7-582 Server.
Sensor Inputs
2 sensor inputs but only 1 is used with the 5C7-582 Server. The sensor is used as an alarm sensor and it can shut down the output power of the 5C7-583 Client if the sensed temperature is outside a set temperature range.
Communications
RS-2485. Requires cable. Transmit, Receive and Shield/Ground wires are connected to the controller using the screw down edge connector. This RS485 connects to the 5C7-582 Server. Up to 32 5C7-583 Clients can be connected to one 5C7-582 Server.
Memory
Non-volatile memory on board for operating parameters allows for stand-alone operation. You can configure the controller using your PC and the Setup program and then disconnect the controller from your PC.
Alarm Types
Fixed High/Low Value Alarms are set through the 5C7-582 Server.
Alarm Latching
Alarm latching is set through the 5C7-582 Server. Alarm state can automatically reset when the control temperature is between the High and Low alarm settings, or you can configure the controller so that the alarm state must be cleared manually.
Alarm Can Disable Output Power
Configurable to disable output power as set through the 5C7-582 Server. The controller can disable output power in an alarm state, or leave outpower on.
Alarm Sensor
Input1 sensor.
Ambient Operating Temperature
Notes on Ambient Operating Temperature
5C7-583 CLIENT MECHANICAL SPECIFICATIONS [up]
Dimensions
Inches: 6" long x 3.63" wide x 1.75" high.
Centimieters: 15.35 cm long x 9.23 cm wide x 4.45 cm high.
OEM Note: We can custom build to your form factor, or take the design to SMT.
Power Connectors 0.25" Quick Disconnect Terminals are on the controller board for power input and power output.
Sensor Connectors
Edge Connector (see below).
Edge Connectors
Euro-style detachable header with screw-down terminal for bare wires. These are used for connecting Input1 (the control sensor), Input2 (2nd sensor or remote set point adjustment). and comunications (3 wire). ( Photo)
5C7-583 CLIENT OPTIONS & ACCESSORIES [up]
Heat Sink
Add H3 (short; 0.637"; ~1.62cm) or H2 (tall; 1.025"; ~1.6cm) to the end of the model number to order. It is recommended that you have a heat sink if your load requires 15A or more. The bracket is usually replaced by the heat sink. The heat sink is extruded aluminum with mounting flanges and has black anodizing.



 
Discussion

We can custom build to your form factor! Low voltage, low current, small footprint versions of this controller can be custom built based on your application.

Input Supply Voltage

The Model 5R7-582 is capable of operating from an input supply voltage of 9 through 36 VDC. The self-contained MOSFET output devices deliver load currents up to 28 amperes for the 5C7-582. These units will control total load power up to 1000 watts.

The Model 5C7-582 can be used by itself, or along with one or more 5C7-583 Client controllers, in which case the 5C7-582

The Model 5R7-583 Client is capable of operating from an input supply voltage of 12 through 28 VDC. The self-contained MOSFET output devices deliver load currents up to 25 amperes. These units will control total load power up to 680 watts.

At 15A and higher it is recommended that you add a heaetsink to the mounting bracket. Ask about ordering the controller with a heatsink.

These controllers will control with a finite temperature resolution of 0.01°C.

OEM Note: To drive down the cost of production units we can custom build for fixed, or selectable, voltages and levels of power, such as fixed 5 VDC at 2 Amperes.

Output Signal

The output signal to the thermoelectric module is Pulse Width Modulated (PWM) at 2700 Hz. Pulse Width Modulation averages the amount of energy provided to the module and reduces the extreme temperature excursions that are experienced with an "on / off" type of control system. This tends to extend the life and reliability of the thermoelectric devices.

Tuning

The controller tuning structure allows designation of a variety of control features.  Proportional bandwidth (P) in degrees, Integral reset (I) in repeats per minute, and the Derivative rate (D) in minutes may be configured for P, PI, PD, or PID control. In addition, a deadband control (on/off) with an adjustable hysteresis may be selected. Differential temperature control is possible when two input sensing thermistors are used. The controller can also be used as a variac in whcih a computer set value provides for manual control of the output, either polarity, from 0% to 100% of load power.

Set Temperature Input

The temperature can be set directly through our standard Setup program or other software.

For the 5C7-582, additional external set temperature input types may be selected. They include a remote set temperature potentiometer, a 0 to 5v VDC (or 1 to 5v) signal, and a 0 to 20 ma (or 4 to 20 ma) current loop. These secondary inputs are used to define and "map" the secondary input to an adjustable temperature range. Differential set temperature control may also be selected from this configuration menu. All temperatures may be consistently displayed in °C. or °F.

Differential Temperature Control: Differential control is available for the 5C7-582 and is accomplished by selecting the primary set temperature with the second thermistor input and establishing the offset with the computer set temperature. In other words, when using differential control you no longer set the temperature itself from the computer, but rather the offset from the temperature sensed by the second sensor. For example, A +10 degrees offset means the control temperature will always be held at 10 degrees above the temperature being sensed at the second sensor. The control temperature will be the "differential" between Input 2 (the temperature at the second sensor, which becomes a reference temperature) and Input 1 (actual system temperature).

Control Output Modes

Two types of control output modes may be selected for the controllers. This determines the direction of the current flow through the thermoelectric module during the heat cycle. This current flow may be from Wire Point WP1 (+) to Wire Point WP2 (-). Alternatively, this current flow may be reversed from WP2 (+) to WP1 (-) as selected in the configuration menu.

Variac Mode

From the PC you can choose to bypass the controllers internal control algorithms and set the output power to a specific value. There are 511 negative, 0, and 511 positive power values.

Alarms

For the 5C7-582, several alarm types may be selected. The alarms provide a 5 VDC output at the expansion connector, rated for 25 ma of current. The alarms consist of a "no alarm" function, tracking alarm, and fixed value alarm. Alarm set temperature values are entered in the setup menu. The computer-controlled selection is available for additional embedded controller input/output options. The alarm setup menu also provides for selection of an alarm latching condition. The alarm sensor may be either the control temperature sensor or a secondary thermistor sensor.

For the 5C7-583 fixed High/Low alarm settings are available, as well as alarm latching and the ability to have the output power shut off in an alarm state.

Power may be maintained during an alarm condition or the output power may be shut down.

Server/Client Network

When the 5C7-582 is a server to many 5C7-583 Client controllers, the server's Input1  sensor is the control sensor for the entire system. The sensed temperature provided by that sensor is used by the server to determiine if output power should increase, decrease or remain the same. It then passes the information to all the client controllers so that they all act in unison.

Each controller in the network has an alarm sensor for itself. The alarm type is simply a High/Low fixed value alarm. If the temperature at one of these sensors goes too high or too low it triggers an alarm state. The controllers can be configured to shut down the output power in an alarm state. Although each controller has its own alarm setup, if the server, which has the control sensor, senses an alarm condition it shuts down the entire network.

Example: With 12v, 9A peltier modules arranged in groups of six (place 2 in series for 24v, 9A, and place 3 of those sets in parallel for 24v, 27A, which is 648W total), then with the server and 32 clients you can control 33 sets of 6 peltier modules for a total of 21,384 Watts spread over 198 peltier modules.


 
Implementation
(Notes & Software)

Photo Showing Hookup
 

Temperature Stability

Temperature stability is a function of the resolution of the input temperature signal.  The controller can hold temperature to the finest increment of the input temperature signal.  The controller can resolve temperature changes down to 0.01°C. The stability you achieve depends more on the design of the overall thermal system than on the controller's resolution. These controllers provide DC voltage control with the possibility of stabilizing to better than ±0.02°C in a very well built thermal system.

OEM Note: If you start with the standard controller that has 0.01°C resolution and determine you need a controller with greater resolution for your product, we can design and provide a controller that meets the requirements of yourproduct.

Connections

Operating Temperature of the Solid State Relays (SSR, MOSFET)

The relays are mounted to the base of the angle bracket and the bracket acts as a heatsink.

In general it is recommended that the bracket have a heatsink if your system draws 15A or more. Add "HS" to the part number to include a mounted heatsink ($25 is added to the price in low quantities.).

Specific recommendation: The ultimate goal is to cool the Mosfet junction temperature. Measure temperature at the tab of each MOSFET under normal operating conditions. The maximum operating junction temperature is 175°C.  We recommend maintaining tab temperatures at less than 100°C if possible in order to extend the life of the product.

Software

A PC/Windows based console program for configuring the controller comes with the unit, but you can go beyond the program provided and control the temperature controller by means of your own or other software:

Telecom, Fiber Optic & Laser Diode Notes
FOR FIBER OPTIC COMPONENTS AND LASER DIODES... Note.

 
Customization for OEM Applications

EXAMPLES OF CUSTOMIZATION
Custom Temperature Ranges
Custom or Programmable Voltage/Current
Custom dimensions
Any Additional Circuitry / Electronics on the Same Board
Safety Features / Cutoffs / Fuses / Current Limitting
Fan Control

Custom Alarms
Ruggedized
Uniphase Output
Various Types of Sensors
Rack Mount Versions
and more (inquire)


 
Pricing

Note: Prices shown are for the controllers only.  Sensors, TE modules and power supplies may be available but are not included in the controller pricing.

Lead Time: The 5C7-582 and 5C7-583 is generally in stock and can be shipped in 2 to 4 days ARO. Out of stock items may have a 1 to 4 week lead time.

SENSOR PRICING
Click here for TR141 Series Sensor Housings and Prices (5K@25°C, -40°C to 70°C
Click here for TR91 Series Sensor Housings and Prices (10K@25°C, -40°C to 150°C)
Click here for TR67 and TR136 Series Sensor Housings and Prices (15K@25°C, -20°C to 100°C)
Click here for TR104 Series Sensor Housings and Prices (50K@25°C, 0°C to 150°C)
Click here for TR165 Series Sensor Housings and Prices (231.5K@25°C, 100°C to 200°C)

 

MODEL 5C7-582 Temperature Controller (Alone or as a Server)
  Quantity 01 price: $451.00 each
   Lower prices are available at higher volume starting at quantity 2.

MODEL 5C7-583 Temperature Controller (Client)
  Quantity 01 price: $298.00 each
  Lower prices are available at higher volume starting at quantity 2.

MODEL 5C7-584 Display
  Quantity 01 price: $149.00 each
  Lower prices are available at higher volume.


 


DC Load Temperature Controllers for TEC, peltier modules, fans, or resistive heaters, etc. Proportional & On/Off control.

Descriptive Indexes and Searches




SKU  Volts(v)  Amperes(A)  °C
BENCHTOP
5C7-195 1-28v 10A -40-150°

OPEN FRAME
5R7-001 0-36v 25A -50-300°
5R7-002 0-36v 25A -50-300°

5R7-388 0-36v 25A -200-400°

5C7-582 9-36v 28A+ -50-300°

5R7-570 3-28v 12.5A -20-150°

5R7-350 0-24v 7.5A -20-100°
5R7-347 0-24v 7.5A 0-120°


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