Faster input sampling and control period
This gives faster, more precise heater control in rapidly changing, disturbance-sensitive applications. With a sampling period time of only 50ms any quick changing processes can be reliably regulated.
Process Value blinking display
This provides crystal-clear process status, even from a distance and without the need for interpreting the values. When one of the heaters is not at set-point the Process Value can start blinking to alert any member of staff (detecting a bad sealing at an early stage, for example).
Loop break alarm and sensor break alarm (with forced MV option)
In plastics production the tool used to make the product is changed quite often. Frequent reconnecting of the sensor or heater can result in a wire break (a broken thermocouple, for example). These alarms quickly detect such problems in the process.
Basic (2-step) programmer
In many thermal processes (food, brick, pottery etc.) a small element of timing is required. This feature enables you to ramp up to a set-point and set the dwell time period. At the end of this time, the process stops or continues with an indication alarm to alert the operator. With this feature, a fixed minimum or maximum curing/baking time is assured in a smooth, controlled way.
Alternatively you can set different steepness for the ramp-down period, e.g. allowing a soft decrease of temperature to avoid structural cracks of the heat treated object.
Easy to connect, set-up and operate
The E5_C series can be easily connected, set-up and operated in only a few steps using the instrument’s 5 front keys. Our CX-Thermo software and useful navigation assistant for intuitive settings is allowing a very quick parameter setting, easier device adjustment and simpler maintenance.
Push-In Plus Technology brings value to control panel
Push-In Plus termination allows E5CC-B and E5EC-B units to be mounted closer together as wire termination direction is coming from the back of the controller rather than the side. This enables panel builders to reduce panel size if needed. This results in greater efficiency from design to assembly, leading to lower internal costs for panel builders, end users and OEMs.