Dienstag, 24. April 2012

JLD7100 (DC 12V) PID Temperature Controller

I do not understand the pin assignment on this temperature controller on pin 6 to 8.


Perhaps somebody can help...
http://www.lightobject.info/viewforum.php?f=13&sid=4519477c9c4f544bed19de282c046cfe

And the answer is:
http://e-2cv.blogspot.de/2012/04/jld7100-temperature-controller-is.html

Kommentare:

  1. This controller can work with a lot of different
    temperature sensors that are working completely
    different.

    There are Theromoelements that deliver/produce
    a voltage, these are connected to 6 and 7

    and there are thermoresistors like a PT100,
    which have a variable resistance depending on the temperature, so there must be a constant
    current to supply them.
    I think pin8 is the output for this current
    to supply thermoresistors.
    this reqires thermoresistors to be connected
    to 6 and 8.

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  2. I want to use a PT100 sensor.
    http://www.conrad.de/ce/de/product/197778/TEMPERATURSENSOR-PT100/SHOP_AREA_17352&promotionareaSearchDetail=005

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  3. look there:

    http://www.pt100.de/widerstand.htm

    with those data You can simulate the sensor!

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  4. Thanks Franz, you gave me the right direction.

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  5. The guys from JLD should improve their
    wiring diagrams a little bit.....
    The connection between 6 and 7 is not easy
    to see on the picture....
    ok, now it is clear, as this are two pics
    for the two main types of sensors.
    I didnt see it in this way. Hmmmm......

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