Laboratory Process Temperature and Limit Control Unit from Glas-Col

This new control unit integrates a limit control and a process control in a space saving design to maximize bench space. The process control displays both the set-point and process temperature and uses the most modern control technology for high temperature stability.

Key Features

The key features of the laboratory process temperature and limit control unit are:

  • The Limit control allows the user to input a value that once reached will turn off the power to the load receptacles.
  • The Limit control also displays either a Safe or Fail condition and requires a manual reset.
  • Both the process and limit control have audible alarms and separate sensors.
  • A bracket on the back of the control helps mount the control on a grid structure. Each load receptacle is rated at 7.5 A and the control can be ordered in either type J, K or T format.


The specifications of the control unit are:

Range Type J: -200°C to 1200°C
Range Type K: -200°C to 1370°C
Range Type T: -200°C to 400°C
Accuracy: 0.1% of span, /- 1.0°C
Calibration: Cº or F° user selectable
Display: LED Process/Setpoint
Resolution: 1°, 1.0° or 1.00°
Power Requirement: 120V, 60Hz
Control: PID with Auto-tune algorithm,
Solid state relay
Environment 0 to 149 °F / -18 to 65 °C;
0 to 90% RH, non-condensing
Load Ratings: 1800 watts total resistive,
6-1/4"H x 6"W x 7-1/2"D


The applications of the control unit are:

  • Temperature control and limit of heating tapes, mantles, oil baths or any other resistive device


The accessories include:

  • Type J thermocouples
  • Type K
  • Type T

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