Wavelength Electronics Temperature Controllers

Wavelength Electronics Temperature Controllers

Expect very stable PI control with any of our Temperature Controllers – especially if you team them up with thermistor temperature sensors (< 0.001°C). These controllers can provide precision output to thermoelectric coolers or resistive heaters. The models that include a laser diode driver are indicated under the LD & TC header. Wavelength Opto-Electronic is the authorised distributor of Wavelength Electronics brand of products in Singapore, Malaysia, and Vietnam.

HTC1500ComponentSIP PCB1.5 A https://www.teamwavelength.com/download/Datasheets/htcseries.pdf
HTC1500-62ComponentSIP PCB1.5 A https://www.teamwavelength.com/download/Datasheets/htcseries.pdf
HTC3000ComponentSIP PCB3 A https://www.teamwavelength.com/download/Datasheets/htcseries.pdf
HTC3000-62ComponentSIP PCB3 A https://www.teamwavelength.com/download/Datasheets/htcseries.pdf
HTC4000-62ComponentSIP PCB4 A https://www.teamwavelength.com/download/Datasheets/htcseries.pdf
LDTC0520ModuleBenchtop or Chassis500 mA LD
2.2 A TEC
LDTC1020ModuleBenchtop or Chassis1 A LD
2.2 A TEC
LDTC 2-2 EModuleBenchtop or Chassis2.2 A LD
2.2 A TEC
LFI3751 ANALOGInstrumentBenchtop5 A https://www.teamwavelength.com/download/Datasheets/lfi3751man.pdf
LDTC 2-2 OModuleBenchtop or Chassis2.2 A LD
2.2 A TEC
LFI3751 DIGITALInstrumentBenchtop5 A https://www.teamwavelength.com/download/Datasheets/lfi3751man.pdf
LD2TC5 LABInstrumentBenchtop5 Ahttps://www.teamwavelength.com/download/Datasheets/LD2TC5-lab.PDF
LD5TC10 LABInstrumentBenchtop10 Ahttps://www.teamwavelength.com/download/Datasheets/LD2TC5-lab.PDF
MPT2500ModuleBenchtop or Chassis2.5 A https://www.teamwavelength.com/download/Datasheets/mptseriesman.pdf
MPT5000ModuleBenchtop or Chassis5 A https://www.teamwavelength.com/download/Datasheets/mptseriesman.pdf
MPT10000ModuleBenchtop or Chassis10 A https://www.teamwavelength.com/download/Datasheets/mptseriesman.pdf
PID-1500ComponentSIP PCB1.5 A https://www.teamwavelength.com/download/Datasheets/pidseries.pdf
PTC5000ComponentSIP PCB5 A https://www.teamwavelength.com/download/Datasheets/ptcseries.pdf
PTC10000ComponentSIP PCB10 A https://www.teamwavelength.com/download/Datasheets/ptcseries.pdf
PTC2.5K-CHModuleBenchtop or Chassis2.5 A https://www.teamwavelength.com/download/Datasheets/ptcxk-ch.pdf
PTC5K-CHModuleBenchtop or Chassis5 A https://www.teamwavelength.com/download/Datasheets/ptcxk-ch.pdf
PTC10K-CHModuleBenchtop or Chassis10 A https://www.teamwavelength.com/download/Datasheets/ptcxk-ch.pdf
PTC10K-SLModuleBenchtop or Chassis10 A https://www.teamwavelength.com/download/Datasheets/ptcxk-ch.pdf
RHM5K-CHModuleBenchtop or Chassis5 A https://www.teamwavelength.com/download/Datasheets/rhm5k-ch.pdf
TC5 LABInstrumentBenchtop5 A https://www.teamwavelength.com/download/Datasheets/tc_lab.pdf
TC10 LABInstrumentBenchtop10 A https://www.teamwavelength.com/download/Datasheets/tc_lab.pdf
TC15 LABInstrumentBenchtop15 A https://www.teamwavelength.com/download/Datasheets/tc_lab.pdf
WHY5640ComponentDIP PCB2.2 A https://www.teamwavelength.com/download/Datasheets/why5640.pdf
WTC3293-14Mini InstrumentBenchtop or Chassis2 A https://www.teamwavelength.com/download/Datasheets/wtc3293_dsply.pdf
WTC3243ComponentDIP PCB2.2 A https://www.teamwavelength.com/download/Datasheets/wtc3243.pdf
WTC3243HBComponentDIP PCB2.2 A https://www.teamwavelength.com/download/Datasheets/wtc3243.pdf
WTCP-5V5AComponentDIP PCB5 A https://www.teamwavelength.com/download/Datasheets/wtcp5v5a.pdf

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A temperature controller is used to maintain a device at a constant temperature. Two types of actuators are commonly used to precisely control the temperature of optics, lasers, biological samples, or other temperature-sensitive devices. One is a thermoelectric, or Peltier device. The other is a resistive heater.

A precision temperature controller uses a current or voltage source to drive power through these actuators based on feedback from a temperature sensor. The temperature sensors are typically thermistors, RTDs, or linear devices such as the LM335 or AD590. With these types of sensors, stabilities of 0.01°C to 0.001°C are commonly achievable. Less precise sensors – thermocouples – can also be used for stabilities of about 1°C. The design of the system dictates the stability. If the sensor, actuator, and device being stabilized are poorly connected, the best controller in the world can’t help. The following block diagram shows a very basic temperature control circuit. Each symbol is defined in the table below. Each section is described in detail below. Temperature Controllers vary widely in feature set and performance. 

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