1/4 DIN Advanced Process Controller – Dual Loop

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1/4 DIN Advanced Process Controller – Dual Loop
  • 1/4 DIN Format
  • Up to 9 Outputs
  • Up to 7 Programmable Event Outputs: Absolute, Deviation, Rate of Change, Sensor Break, Recorder Memory, Power
  • Reinforced Safety Isolation from Outputs and Inputs
  • Several Inputs
      2 Analog
      Remote Setpoint
      9 Digital
  • Profiling Option
      64 Programs Using 255 Segments
      Ramp, Dwell, Hold, Loop, Join, End & Repeat
  • Data-Logging Option (Data, Alarms & Events)
  • Real Time Clock
  • USB Port To Access Files
  • Large Graphical / Text LCD Display
      Trend View
      Color Change LED Backlight On Alarm
      Configurable User-Menu Structure
  • Simplified Programming Wizard
  • Cascade Control
  • Ratio Control
  • Valve Motor Control
  • 2nd Universal Input also For Monitoring
  • Modbus RS485 & Modbus TCP Ethernet
  • ChromaloxPro™ Configuration Software
  • Multiple Language Option
  • UL, cUL, CE and RoHS2

The Chromalox 4082 is an affordable 2-channel temperature and process controller with advanced functionality including profiling and data-logging features and cascade, ratio, and valve motor drive control methods. The 4082 incorporates a graphic/text LCD display and is designed to improve user efficiency with many features integrated to reduce startup time, simplify operation and minimize downtime.

Improved Process Visibility

One of the key factors in maintaining and improving operation of a system is to have high visibility of the process. The LCD screen on the 4082 displays clear real-text messages, removing ambiguity that can be caused by mnemonic codes on LED displays used in many products.

Simplified Operation

Operators can improve efficiency and reduce the possibility of errors by creating an customized and optimized menu structure for screen navigation. The 4082 menu configuration tool is used to provide operators with the specific parameters needed in the order desired. Security is assured with password protection on supervisor and configuration parameter access levels.

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