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Digital Programmable Temperature Controller DIY Set

Digital Programmable Temperature Controller, WiFi-controlled, Web interface

£179.00

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Weight 1 kg

Ramp Soak Programmable PID Temperature Controller with Web-interface and WiFi function set.
Set include 40A SSR Relay with Heatsink and K-type thermocouple 1300C max.

DPTC-1300 is a Digital, Programmable, Proportional-Integrator-Derivative Web-Enabled Temperature Controller (WiFi Programmable PID Thermocontroller). It provides an excellent and simple way to control a temperature variability in order to have it closely match a target value. Implementing PID control offers a way to account for error over time and allows the system to “self-correct”. Once the temperature exceeds or drops below the target value input in the program (temperature), the PID controller starts accumulating error. This accumulated error informs future decisions the controller makes in order to limit the overshoot in the future. This allows for a better control over the programmed temperature.

Ideal for DIY Projects
Our programmable temperature controller will help you to convert any basic muffle kiln into an easily controlled programmable one. You will be able to then use the kiln for pottery, glass fusing, clay works, enamelling, and other works which require temperature control throughout the process.
Our thermocontroller has a WiFi access point named “ThermoController”. Once you connect to it you get access to the controller management through a web interface. You can connect using any device with a web browser, e.g. PC, tablet, smartphone etc. independent of whether the device is Windows, Linux or iOS.

Features:
– Easy to create new kiln programme or modify an existing one.
– No limit to runtime – the kiln can fire for days.
– View status from multiple devices at once – computer, tablet etc.
– NIST-linearized conversion for accurate K-type thermocouple readings.
– Monitor temperature inside of the kiln after the programme has ended.

DPTC-1300 Technical specification:
Controlled temperature: -200°C to +1300°C
Voltage input: 110V – 240V AC
Control output: for SSR relay
SSR input current: </= 16mA
SSR input voltage: >/= 3V
ThermoCouple Sensor: K-type (only)

40A SSR Relay Technical specification:
Control Method: DC to AC
Model: SSR 40DA
Input Voltage: 3V-32V DC
Load Voltage: 24V-380V AC
Load Current: 40A
Control Voltage: 80-250VAC
Control Current: AC 12mA
Dielectric Strength: Over 2.5KVAC / 1min
Insulation Strength: Over 500MΩ / 500VDC
Operating Temperature: -35°C – 75°C
Mounting Method: Bolts fixed
Size: 6cm(L)x4.5cm(W)x2.3cm(H)

K-Type hermocouple specification:
Thermocouple: Type K
Measuring Temperature: -58°F – 2372°F (-50°C – 1300°C)
Wire Diameter: 1.8 mm
Sensor Diameter ~3.5 mm
Total Length: 215 mm/8.5″
Insulation Length: 190 mm/7.4″
Tube Shape: 8 Pcs x 1″ Ceramic Tube
Insulator: Two-Hole Insulator

You need to have a basic knowledge of electricity to connect the thermocontroller.

If you are planning to use a few of our controllers at home then you should let us know before or immediately after placing the order.
We will then set up your controllers to have different IP addresses so that there is no IP conflict when you start using them both at the same time.

 

User Manuals

File Description File size
pdf Thermocontroller user guide Thermocontroller user guide
1,010 KB

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