Digital Temperature Controller And Monitor



If you have an inadequate controller/monitor in your laboratory, you will likely experience poor results: reduced purity, increased operational cost, and the higher cost of (preventable) maintenance.

This Digital Temperature Controller/Monitor was designed from the ground up and produced with the highest quality parts available on the market today!


Digital Temperature Controller And Monitor

Compatible with EliteLab.


How it works:

The temperature controller monitor employs the use of electrical current. The K-Type thermocouple probe, which consists of two different conductors, will form an electrical connection at different temperatures.

The digital temperature controller and monitor unit then produces a temperature-dependent current, which can be converted into usable data for measuring temperature. It is imperative to have an accurate controller/monitor unit to ensure that your reaction flask is properly and accurately heated.

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Data logging via USB.

Both units have a USB-B output for data logging via a computer. This means that you can easily record crucial data for your runs, and this data can be stored and reused for future analysis and operations.

Relocated plugs for a less cluttered lab.

The heating plugs of the system have been relocated to the back of the unit, allowing for easy setup and sleek, cable-free operation. The units also have the ability to be clamped to a rod to reduce clutter in the lab.


  • PID Controller and Thermocouple Probe
  • Data logging via USB
  • Relocated plugs for a less cluttered lab
  • Space-efficient form factor



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Digital Temperature Controller and Monitor accepts only K-Type Thermocouples and requires a coiled extension cord to connect the probe to the controller.