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Next Generation Process Thermostats Announced

Jul 17 2019 Read 234 Times

Lauda is driving the further development of the Integral process thermostats and bringing the models in the T and XT series into the digital age. As a result, the new generation of Integral process thermostats have a variety of new features, including a brand new, intuitive control concept using mobile devices, increased pump output and a modular, expandable interface concept.

Lauda's new Integral T process thermostats ensure efficient control of external temperature control processes in the temperature range from -30 to 150°C. The devices have an adjustable heating and cooling capacity and small internal volume that enables rapid temperature changes. Thanks to the open hydraulic system, the device aerates quickly and without loss of function. A reliable, powerful submersible pump and an internal bypass to limit the pressure are part of the standard equipment of the Integral T.

The Lauda Integral XT process thermostats operate with a cold oil blanket according to the flow principle and make it possible to use just one temperature control medium across the expanded temperature range from -90 to 320°C. Thanks to an electronically controlled, magnetically coupled, eight-level Lauda Vario pump, the flow rate can be optimally thermally set for the requirements of pressure-sensitive consumers, as well as applications with high hydraulic resistance. An internal bypass increases the flow rate inside the device when only low flow rates are possible externally, to optimise the temperature control process.

The new Integral XT models, Lauda also offers an optional through-flow control unit, which is particularly indispensable in creating reproducible test processes. Operated with future-proof refrigerants, the process thermostats conform to the European F-gas regulation and provide the usual rapid temperature control along with high operating safety. The proven Smart Cool System of Integral XT devices is now also featured on the new Integral I models. 

An integrated web server allows the devices to be integrated in existing company such as a tablet or smartphone. The devices can be installed and operated in separate locations, if required. This enables location-independent monitoring and control. The thermostats can also be easily controlled via a modern OLED display directly on the device.

The new Integral process thermostats enable maximum networking of user processes as the devices feature interfaces such as Ethernet, USB and Pt 100 as standard. Further interfaces and communication protocols can easily be added via additional modules. 

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