Temperature controllers

Temperature controllers with the latest technology

The compact temperature controllers from WIKA offer display, control and monitoring of temperatures. The configuration of the sensor input is made via the multi-function input. Sensors, thermocouples and standard industrial signals, such as 4 ... 20 mA, serve as the input variable of a temperature controller. The control output can be set either as relay (for slow control), as logic level for the control of electronic solid state relays (for fast control and high current loads) or as a continuous 4 ... 20 mA output.

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WIKA Instruments Ltd.

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+44 1737 644008
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+44 1737 644403
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FAQ

What is a PID controller?

PID control is a combination of proportional, integral and derivative control. Thus, through proportional control, the temperature is controlled smoothly without fluctuations. Through integral control, automatic offset-matching is made and through derivative contro ... More

What is P-control?

P-control (proportional control) is used to hold an output in proportion to the deviation between the set point and the actual value.

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