Wavelength Electronics to exhibit temperature controller at SPIE Photonics West 2017

Jan. 11, 2017
The TC LAB Series temperature controllers are available up to 10 A with 15 V compliance and stability of 0.0009°C.

The TC LAB Series temperature controllers are available up to 10 A with 15 V compliance and stability of 0.0009°C. The controllers have an intuitive touchscreen for use in benchtop or rack-mount research, and offer remote USB or Ethernet control. The company's IntelliTune technology automatically responds to changes in setpoint or tuning goals, optimizing PID control.

SPIE Photonics West booth number: 908

To Learn More:

Contact:Wavelength Electronics
Headquarters: Bozeman, MT
Product: TC LAB Series temperature controllers
Key Features: Remote USB or Ethernet control

What Wavelength Electronics says:
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