This plug-and-play PID temperature controller was specially designed for controlling rodent body temperature using electric heating pad during in vivo surgery. Using PID technology, the controller is able to maintain a steady setpoint of temperature with minimal fluctuation (+/- 0.1 °C), and is ideal for in vivo small animal surgery. The temperature proble included can monitor rectal temperature for both rats and mice and serve as in vivo feedback for precise temperature control. Operation of this temperature control system is extremely easy. An operational instruction will be provided within the package, and detailed user manual is available to download from Doccol website.
Input voltage: 100 to 240 VAC 50 /60 Hz
Output voltage: Same as the input
Maximum Current: 15A at 120V, 10A at 240V
Fuse Size: 15A Fast blow
Controller Mode: PID, PI, PD or P
Output switching device: Built-in optically isolated solid state relay with zero voltage crossing switching.
Sensor Type: Pt100 RTD sensor
Sensor tip dimensions: Beaded head diameter 3 mm, shaft diameter 1.5 mm, shaft length 3 cm
Sensor cable length: 3.3 ft (1.0 m)
Timer range: 1 to 9999 minutes. It can be turned off by user
Temperature resolution: 0.1 °C or 0.1 °F
Dimension: 6 x 3 x 7 inch (155x80x180 mm) WxHxD
Net Weight: 2.8 lb (1 kg) without power cord