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Temperature Control / Sterilising

High-end circulators for challenging temperature applications

Apr 29 2024

Maximum ease of use: the MAGIO series

With the MAGIO series, Julabo is expanding its product portfolio of high-end bridge mounted circulators, refrigerated and heating circulators - naturally all in the usual premium quality. The circulators operate in a working temperature range from -50°C to +300°C and with a heating capacity of up to 3 kW. Excellent heating/cooling performance guarantees very short heat-up and cool-down times.

With an extremely powerful pressure/suction pump with performance values up to 31 l/min or 0.92 bar (pressure) and -0.4 bar (suction), the MAGIO series offers the strongest pump in its class and is therefore perfectly suited for challenging external temperature tasks. To ensure maximum resistance against chemical substances, all wetted parts are made from stainless steel.

Modern interfaces make easy remote control and practical data management possible as well as allowing integration into process structures. All MAGIO units come with integrated Pt100 connection, USB interface, RS232 and Ethernet. Analog interfaces are optionally available as accessories. Upon customer request, JULABO can equip any refrigerated and heating circulators of the MAGIO series with the OPC UA communication interface.

OPC UA communication interface for temperature control technology

OPC UA stands for ‘Open Platform Communications Unified Architecture’ and is a standardised communication standard between machines (M2M) or between machines and higher-level systems. The open interface standard is independent of the machine or application manufacturer and is one of the most important communication standards for Industry 4.0 and the IoT.

In order to speak a common ‘language’, so-called ‘companion specifications’ are constantly being developed and published for a wide variety of unit types. This means that the data to be exchanged in an industry (e.g. laboratory devices) is standardised and all information is thus made available in the same form across all units and manufacturers. The specifications are developed in cooperation between the OPC Foundation, various professional associations (e.g. SPECTARIS for optics, photonics, analysis and medical technology) and machine manufacturers.

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