Digital temperature regulator FTS AirJet XE

digital temperature regulator
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Protection level
standard, robust
laboratory, refrigeration
Other characteristics
compact, economical, auto-tuning
Maximum temperature

Max.: 225 °C (437 °F)

Min.: -75 °C (-103 °F)


Precise temperature cycling equipment that can keep up with even the most intensive demands. Discover the SP FTS AirJet™ XE Precision Temperature Cycling Equipment, the economical choice for lower flow rates between 1 and 6 standard cubic feet per minute (SCFM), featuring: • Quiet operation for convenient use in laboratories • Robust mechanical refrigeration system that eliminates the use of hazardous refrigerants • Compact benchtop design to help save laboratory real-estate The SP FTS AirJet™ XE Precision Temperature Cycling Equipment is an air delivery device that utilizes a cascade refrigeration system. Offering rapid transitions and precise control of temperature ranges between -75°C and +225°C for flows between 1 and 6 SCFM, get ready to speed up your workflow without having to compromise on the quality of your results. A flexible delivery line permits easy and precise nozzle positioning, so you are always on top. Need more stringent control of your testing environment? See our accessory shrouds and positioning stands to tailor your SP FTS AirJet™ XE Temperature Cycling Equipment to your exact requirements. Depending on your needs, the system can be configured to either control the air stream temperature directly or the device under test (DUT) temperature by means of a cascade control loop. The custom Watlow® F4 Series Ramping Controller boasts auto-tuning, ramp/soak programming, and remote operation functionality.


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