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FAQ01998 of Power Controllers FAQ

FAQ No. FAQ01998

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Question

What wiring should be used between a Temperature Controller and the G3PX Power Controllers?

Answer



1. Analog Control
Controlling with a 4 to 20-mA-output Temperature Controller

Note: Up to 2 drivable G3PX and a current output Temperature Controller can be used.
This is restricted, however, to Temperature Controllers with an allowable load impedance of 600 Ω.

Changing the Gradient for a Temperature Controller (4 to 20-mA Output)

Note: The gradient can be changed using either the internal or external gradient setting using the external adjuster.

2. ON/OFF Control
Changing Gradient Using a Voltage-output Temperature Controller

Note: The gradient can be changed using either the internal or external gradient setting.

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