Temperature and process limit controller

Omega’s CNi-AL series is a configure limit controller designed to provide flexibility in process measurement and limit alarm applications.


Omega’s CNi-AL series is a configure limit controller designed to provide flexibility in process measurement and limit alarm applications. Courtesy: Omega EngineeringOmega’s CNi-AL series is a configure limit controller that features universal inputs, high accuracy, 2 relay alarm outputs, totally programmable color displays, built-in excitation, AC or DC powered units, front removable plug connectors, programmable digital filter, high/low limit and remote reset input. The CNi-AL series provides flexibility in process measurement and limit alarm applications. It can also be used to monitor the temperature of a plastics extruder, and with the programmable limit alarm setpoints, the controller can provide a visual display color change and a latching limit alarm output to shut down process if an alarm condition exists. Ideal for food, automotive, plastics, manufacturing and the chemical industries.

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