Eliminate much of the complexity and cost of having several devices to ensure continuous operations and efficient performance, with Watlow’s user-friendly F4T® temperature and process controller. Learn more
Temperature, process and power controllers have become highly sophisticated devices. Essential to thermal system operation and running a seamless process, controllers are communication tools capable of monitoring systems, switching power, logging and recording data and enforcing safety limits. But not all controllers are equal, and not all controllers speak the same language.
The relationship of how materials expand or contract through temperature change is driven by the coefficient of thermal expansion or CTE of those materials and is a critical factor when designing a heater.
Updating your temperature controller or adding a new system to your facility does not have to take hours, thanks to the Watlow® pre-configured F4T®. Learn more.
Serial drivers and the Ethernet are major components in field communications within the infrastructure of advanced heating products. Learn more.
When using the profile engine to control your heating products and connect your entire system, it is important to follow these recommendations.
Field Communications Overview: What We Have, How to Use it and How to Configure with External Devices
Learn about the variety of communication options available in Watlow temperature, process, and power controllers.
Each device presents its own set of unique advantages for OEMs and design engineers. Engineers can optimize the systems of their power and temperature controllers by incorporating both technologies. Learn more.
Electrical noise occurs when electrical signals produce undesirable effects in the electronic circuits of the control system. This guide discusses how to identify and correct electrical noise issues.
Connectivity of devices is important in today’s industries. Watlow’s RMA PLUS makes several strides to improve controller connectivity and data logging capabilities. Click the title to read more.
Setting up a control loop in PID controllers is an intricate process that has to be executed with the utmost precision. This article walks through the process.
According to the best available research, improvements in the user interface in a piece of technology can yield improved efficiency of up to 700%, factoring in ease of use, ease of training and reduction in errors committed. Modern controllers such as PM PLUS are designed with this in mind, and can provide a distinct competitive advantage when deployed into both new and existing processes.
A temperature control loop is one of the most common examples of a control loop. Control loops work to maintain the temperatures in our homes and offices. They are used for a range of immersion and industrial heating systems as well. Click the headline to continue reading.
Modern process controllers not only help suppliers in the aerospace industry to comply more easily with Nadcap requirements and speed up audits—they also help guarantee quality. A great example of such a controller is Watlow’s F4T, which incorporates batch mode functionality and hassle-free, pre-formatted reports.