The CN730 Series ¼ DIN temperature controllers offer easy-to-use programming menus designed for quick installation. Control functions include ON/OFF, PID, auto or manual tuning. The CN730 Series is available with relay, dc pulse or current output with two additional alarm outputs. The alarm outputs can be configured from 12 different preprogrammed settings. The CN730 Series accepts a variety of thermocouple and RTD inputs. Process value and set-point value are simultaneously displayed with the process value in red and setpoint in green.
|Pt100Ω RTD||0 to 100°C (32 to 212°F)
-20 to 500°C (-4 to 932°F)
-200 to 600°C (-328 to 1112°F)
|B Thermocouple||100 to 1800°C (212 to 3272°F)|
|S Thermocouple||0 to 1700°C (32 to 3092°F)|
|R Thermocouple||0 to 1700°C (32 to 3092°F)|
|N Thermocouple||-200 to 1300°C (-328 to 2372°F)|
|E Thermocouple||0 to 600°C (32 to 1112°F)|
|T Thermocouple||-20 to 400°C (-4 to 752°F)
-200 to 400°C (-328 to 752°F)
|J Thermocouple||-20 to 400°C (-4 to 752°F)
-100 to 850°C (-148 to 1562°F)
|K Thermocouple||-200 to 1300°C (-328 to 2372°F)
-200 to 500°C (-328 to 932°F)
|L Thermocouple||-200 to 500°C (-328 to 932°F)|
|U Thermocouple||-200 to 800°C (-328 to 1472°F)|
Inputs: Thermocouple or RTD, see chart
Display: Two 4-digit, 7-segment, LEDs
Resolution: 1 degree
PV: Red, 19 mm (0.75') H
SV: Green, 12.7 mm (0.5') H
Accuracy: ±0.25% span, ±1 least significant digit
Supply Voltage: 100 to 240 Vac, 50/60 Hz
Power Consumption: 5 VA max
Operating Temperature: 0 to 50°C (32 to 122°F)
Memory Backup: Nonvolatile memory
Control Output Ratings:
Relay: SPST, 5A @ Vac resistive
Voltage Pulse: 14V, 10 to -20% (max 40 mA)
Current: 4 to 20 mA
Communication: RS-485 MODBUSR communication protocol
Panel Cutout: ¼DIN, 92 mm square (3.622 square')
Dimensions: 96 x 96 x 15.8 mm bezel (3.78 x 3.78 x 0.625')
Panel Depth: 79.2 mm (3.125')
Weight: 425 g (15 oz)
Front Panel Rating: IP66
Complete informations can be found in the spec sheet (PDF), see the "Download" section.
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