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Multi-Channel Process Controller and Data Logger for Precision Temperature Test

San Diego, California – August 29, 2023 - TotalTemp Technologies, a worldwide leading provider of research laboratory and production temperature chambers and thermal platform equipment, introduces their model Synergy Nano Multi-Channel Process Controller and Data Logger for precision temperature testing. The Nano equips temperature chambers and thermal platforms with capable and reliable controlling functionality. The very flexible and customizable Nano supports the ability to optimize equipment and processes. All are feature rich while still being easy to use. Features include long duration logging, configurable inputs and outputs, alarms, hot and cold regulation, displays, auto resume, remote programmability options plus easy to build and reproduce local test profiles. The Synergy Nano has a universal 120-230 volts AC power input. Similar platforms and chambers are typically not universal voltage.

Download Synergy Nano datasheet.

Primary Features and Benefits:

  • Color LCD touch screen – Easy to use, easy to read with graphing capability.
  • FTP server – Standardized communication protocol that allows controller files to be accessed from a web browser.
  • Remote Control via RS-232 or RS-485
  • Ethernet, 10/100 BaseT – Rapidly becoming the instrument control method of choice.
  • Thumb drive compatible – Convenient easy storage and downloading capability.
  • Telnet – An internet protocol over serial or USB that provides access to the command-line interface on a remote system.
  • 1 Gb internal storage, 64Mb SDRAM – Equates to abundant storage capacity.
  • One or two channels, flexible input configurations – Provides another advantage with the ability to use various types of temperature sensing probes, be it RTD (100 Ohm or 500 Ohm), or multiple types of Thermocouples.
  • Real-time clock – Always useful for tracking data.
  • Auto resume option – Selectable auto-resume behavior.
  • Compact size – Saves that precious space on your benchtop or in your rack.
  • Application Notes further detail the features of the Synergy Nano
  • Built-in multiple configurable alarms – User-defined and adjustable to take appropriate action if processes or conditions get out of bounds. 

Facility Requirement

Power requirements: Standard power configuration is 120 VAC, 15 Amps or optional 230 Volt, 15 Amps. Coolant: Cryogenic gas suppliers in your area can supply either Nitrogen or Carbon Dioxide to your facility. Specify coolant choice and voltage requirement when ordering a Temperature Chamber.

Options and Accessories

  • Controller Options and Accessories
    The (A) Synergy Nano Benchtop Controller has a Color LCD touch screen – Easy to use, easy to read with graphing capability, logging, multi sensor, multi conditional outputs, comm ready, GPIB Upgradeable and free drivers. More on the Synergy Nano. The (B) Watlow PM6 is a very robust, economical controller.
  • Shelves, Platforms or Custom Fixtures
    Elevating devices under test (DUT) allows for more complete airflow around the test object, this increases uniform thermal gradients. For test objects that may have a flat test surface some users can choose Thermal Platforms for attaching their DUT.
  • High Velocity Motors
    Increase thermal transfer rate. Optional high velocity blower. Usually for heavy or active loads and when faster cycle times are required
  • Reversible Door, Windows in Door
    Specify hinge left or right. Door can be reverse in the field with a kit. Multi-pane windows made with tempered glass are installed upon request.
  • Stacked Chambers and Caster Stands
    Custom stackable chamber for bench-top or with a caster stand

About TotalTemp Technologies

The primary goal for TotalTemp is to maximize the combined 40 years experience we have in this highly specialized field and create a new, alternative, "Next Generation" Thermal Platforms and Temperature Testing equipment. Our Mission is to offer thermal testing equipment that best suits or customers' requirements. For several decades there were only two real manufacturers for thermal platforms. It was no secret that the market demanded a new alternative with better service and lower costs. We heard you loud and clear and TotalTemp is here to fill that need.



TotalTemp Technologies
3630 Hancock Street A
San Diego, CA  92110
Phone:  1-888-712-2228

E-Mail:  Sales@TotalTempTech.com

Web:  www.totaltemptech.com



Posted August 14, 2023

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